November 23, 2016

Breaching Parenting Orders – Family Lawyers

Breaching Parenting Orders Breaching a parenting order is a serious matter. As a parenting order is a court order, all parties involved must comply it with. […]
November 23, 2016

Mediation | Family law and section 60I certificates

Mediation and Family Dispute Resolution The terms mediation and family dispute resolution are used interchangeably in the area of family law. In fact, the Family Dispute […]
November 23, 2016

Family Law Court Supervised time (or contact/access) – What is it?

Family Law Court Supervised Time The Family Law Act 1975 places a significant emphasis on the need to maintain a meaningful relationship between children and each […]
November 23, 2016

The Duty of Disclosure in family law |Family Law Firm Sydney

Duty of Disclosure the Family Court of Australia has stringent disclosure requirements for parties. These requirements arise in both financial and parenting matters. Disclosure is quite […]