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4 tips for separated parents to navigate custody battles in family law

4 tips for separated parents to navigate custody battles in family law

In this article, rather than examining the legal considerations of parenting arrangements, we set out some practical measures separated parents can take, and things they can consider, in order to put their children first when negotiating co-parenting arrangements.
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The difference between a loan and a gift in family law

The difference between a loan and a gift in family law

When the financial climate is strained, it is common for parents to financially assist their children. How this financial support is given is important; was it a gift or a loan? This has a different effect on property settlement should the couple separate.
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De facto property settlement in family law

De facto property settlement in family law

In Australia, if you’re separating from your partner and working through property settlement, the law treats those in a de facto relationship the same as those who are married. But there is a common question that arises quite frequently: How do I know if I’m in a de facto relationship and how do I prove it?
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A guide to Child Impact Reports and Family Reports

A guide to Child Impact Reports and Family Reports

If you’re in the middle of, or about to enter into parenting proceedings in the Family Court, you’ve likely come across the terms “Child Impact Report” and “Family Report”. We break down precisely what each of these reports are, when/why you might use them and also a few quick tips on preparing for an assessment with a report writer.
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