Unfortunately, a number of family law matters involve what is referred to as ‘coercive control’. However, in a positive move towards protecting people navigating family violence whilst going through the process of separating from their former partner, the NSW Government has now passed legislation criminalising coercive control. Read more in our article…
Our experienced Family Law team is bringing a new video series with Frequently Asked Family Law Questions. In our next episode, Leona and Chloe discuss “In our Family Law FAQs, Leona and Chloe discuss “are time limits you need to consider when dealing with events following your separation?”.
Our experienced Family Law team is bringing a new video series with Frequently Asked Family Law Questions. In our next episode, Leona and Chloe discuss “In a de facto relationship, when can a partner make a claim on property?”.
COVID-19 has had a far-reaching effect on all corners of Australian society, and this current lockdown in the Greater Sydney area has once again resulted in the substantial loss of jobs and/or a significant reduction in income for some people. However, does a reduction in income or loss of employment mean that you are no longer liable to pay your Child Support obligations? The answer to this depends on how your Child Support obligations have been documented.