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Child Custody Myths You Need To Stop Believing

There are several child custody myths that cause a great deal of confusion and undue worry for separating parents. Here are our top 5 child custody myths we wanted to debunk for you once and for all. 1….

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What Will Happen To My Super If We Separate?

Superannuation is usually a significant asset that needs to be considered when a marriage or de facto relationship ends. Under the Family Law Act, superannuation is considered as a type of property which can be divided or “split”, either by…

Short Marriage Property Settlement – What You Need To Know

The end of a relationship can happen at any point of a marriage be it a few years to only a few months. So how does the length of your marriage influence your property settlement, specifically if your…

Disputing Your Child Support Assessment

If you have recently received your Child Support Assessment and don’t believe that it is correct, you are able to lodge your objection with the Department of Human Services (Child Support). Time Limits On receiving your child support…

Understanding Australia’s No-Fault Divorce

No-fault divorce has been established in Australia since 1975 when the Whitlam Government introduced the Family Law Act 1975. However, to this day there are still several misconceptions when it comes to divorce in Australia. The most common…

A Guide To Parental Responsibility

Parental Responsibility Parental responsibility is the authority to make decisions concerning and affecting the care, welfare and proper development of a child. Both parents have full parental responsibility for their children up until the age of 18. Parental…

Can I Get My Marriage Annulled?

What Is An Annulment Of Marriage? In Australia an annulment of marriage is legally referred to as a ‘decree of nullity of marriage’, which is governed by the Family Law Act. A decree of nullity is a finding…