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.
In our Family Law video series we discuss the common questions we get asked by our clients. In this video Georgia and Leona discuss avoiding the court process in a family law matter.
If you are going through the process of Separation and Divorce and you don’t want to end up in court, what can you do? what are your options?
In our Family Law video series we discuss the common questions we get asked by our clients. In this video Georgia and Leona discuss how does divorce work and is this the ‘messy’ part of the process?
When parents are separated, communicating with each other can sometimes be difficult. Emotions are high and arrangements need to be made for the children but parents are still human and still feel the hurt associated with the breakdown of a relationship. That said, responsible parents need to find ways to co-parent harmoniously and with the children front of mind. These days, there is technology that can assist separated parents with their communication if face-to-face communication proves to be difficult.
If you are a separated parent and having difficulty communicating about your children, here are some helpful apps you might like to trial:
Stepping into a Courtroom can be a daunting prospect. It’s very formal, there are rules of etiquette to be followed and just generally you probably don’t want to be there.
If you do find yourself in a Courtroom, then here are some tips on how to behave in and around the Court: