When you separate after a long relationship, whether it is a marriage or a defacto relationship, there is a great deal of anxiety and often confusion.
Often separating spouses confuse the “Divorce” with the property settlement. The Divorce is the process whereby the marriage is dissolved, the husband and wife are treated as no longer being...
When the Family Court is required to make decisions about the time that children spend with their separated parents, it is required to consider such matters as;
Australian families are frequently on the move and often a change of school becomes necessary. Problems arise between separated parents when they cannot agree on their child’s school.
When you separate there is a great deal of anxiety for all members of the family.
Section 67B of the Family Law Act applies to unmarried parents. It requires the father to contribute towards maintenance and expenses of the mother.
The traditional image of a Will as a complicated document filled with fancy fonts and confusing legal jargon is no longer an accurate perception. The Court is prepared to uphold...
The Powers of Attorney Act 1998 (Qld) currently governs Powers of Attorney in Queensland.
The system of Government in Queensland is based on the Westminster System, with Government being broadly divided into three branches: the Legislature or Parliament which enacts laws, the Executive which...