Who Gets The Dog? – Part 1

Who gets the dog if you and your partner separate...

Frequent Flyer Points and Divorce: Who Gets What?

Frequent Flyer Points and Divorce: Who Gets What...

Choosing A Family Lawyer

5 Things to consider, when choosing a Family Lawyer...

Capital Gains Tax and Family Law

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When some couples separate and enter into a final property settlement, they may have to consider any potential Capital Gains Tax (CGT) implications...

Child Support, what is it and how does it work?

Child support arrangements are very important in a family law matter and there are 3 main ways to document this agreement..

Failure to Repair and Maintain Common Property in Strata

The recent NSW Court of Appeal Decision of The Owners – Strata Plan No. 74232 v Tezel [2023] NSWCA 35 (“Tezel”) determined that the two-year limitation period imposed by section 106(6) of the Strata Schemes Management Act 2015 (“SSMA”) begins from the time at which the owner was first aware of the type of loss that is the subject of the complaint...

Preparing for your first meeting with a family lawyer

We understand that your first meeting with a family lawyer can seem very daunting, especially during a challenging and emotional time. However, taking that first step to schedule this meeting will ensure you are able to obtain clear and tailored advice as to your rights, obligations and the various pathways available to you in order to reach a fair outcome.

What Happens to Your Digital Assets When You Die?

You may have heard of using a Will to protect your physical assets when you pass away, but what about your digital assets? Understanding which digital assets you have ownership of may assist your friends and family with accessing them on your death. Read on to find out more...