Separation can be an emotionally and financially draining time for both parties and the family as a whole. We look at what your entitlements may be when you separate.
It can often be a hectic time getting children ready to return to school. We’ve put together some tips for separated parents to prepare them for the back to school rush.
Moving out is a difficult task at the best of times. Leaving the matrimonial home following a separation can often bring added difficulties because the move is usually unplanned, and emotionally driven. Often the priority is leaving a relationship that has broken down rather than considering the practicality of moving out. Here are some to factors to consider when moving out following separation.
Going to Court can be expensive, emotionally draining and nerve wracking, but sometimes you may not have a choice. We take a look at why you should not be afraid to go to Court.
Inevitably, separation involves one party moving out of the matrimonial home. When doing so, it may be impractical for the moving party to take all of their items with them. So what are your options if your ex has moved out and left there stuff?
Parenting in the digital era is becoming increasingly challenging. This difficult parenting space can become even more challenging when parents are separated.
We are all suffering from information overload at present. We are also being forced to thing about things that we did not have to think about before the onset of COVID-19. In a nutshell, here are some things for separated parents to think about at this time.
The Australian Government has announced as of midnight on the 25th of March 2020 that all on site and in-room property auctions and all open house inspections will be banned due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.
In light of what is going on in Australia with Coronavirus or COVID-19, we look at how separated parents work through caring for their children.
In our Family Law video series we discuss the common questions we get asked by our clients. In this video Georgia and Leona discuss Collaborative family law and if this is the right approach for your matter.