The New Court: 1 September 2021 marked the commencement of the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (the Court) which merged the Family Court of Australia
An inheritance refers to a gift, devise or bequest of property which a person may receive under the Will of a person who has died.
Time and time again, we see the value in ensuring that Financial Agreements (commonly referred to as ‘prenups’) are entered into between parties with care,
The ongoing changes to the climate surrounding COVID-19 have caused the Family Court of Australia (FCOA) and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia (FCC) (“the
Amanda Malinowsky Where a party has not provided full and frank disclosure of their financial affairs in family law proceedings, a way to obtain these
As lawyers, it is imperative that we provide proper advice to our clients with respect to their entitlements within family law matters. When parties have interests
Children on the Autism Spectrum and those with other Special Needs in the Family Court – What arrangements work? Within the context of parenting matters, the
Throughout my time as a family lawyer, I have noticed that when couples do decide to officially separate, there is sometimes a desire for it to