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24 07, 2013

Former Flight Risk Allowed to Travel

By | July 24th, 2013|legal news, reardon news|0 Comments

Have a read of Wessell [2012]FamCA 772  where an Airport Watch list  Order was discharged permitting the Mother to travel with the child (diagnosed with Aspergers) to the USA once a year . There was a  requirement for an $8,000 bond and Mother not to initially travel with her new partner as well as other requirements [...]

21 07, 2013

Stanford v Stanford [2012]

By | July 21st, 2013|legal news, reardon news|0 Comments

The recent High Court decision in Stanford v Stanford [2012] HCA 52 will change the way the Family Court determines property Application The decision of the High Court  delivered 15th November ,2012  will no doubt  change the way the Family Court  determines  property settlement Applications for married couples under s79  and for De-facto couples under S90SM [...]

14 10, 2012

Domestic (Family) Violence Protection Orders

By | October 14th, 2012|publications|0 Comments

A Domestic Violence Protection Order can be obtained from the Local Magistrates Court if there has been a relationship between the spouse or former spouse or if they are relatives by blood or marriage or if the parties have been in an intimate personal relationship or even an informal care relationship where one person is [...]

14 10, 2008

Parenting Plans

By | October 14th, 2008|publications|0 Comments

The Family Law Amendment (Shared Responsibility) Act 2006 (“the Shared Parenting Act”) allows for parties to now develop a Parenting Plan relating to the child pursuant to s63C of the Family Law Act. This is an agreement in writing made between the parties and deals with a person or persons with whom a child is [...]

14 10, 2008

“Shared Parenting Responsibility” – what impact has this made?

By | October 14th, 2008|publications|0 Comments

The Shared Parental Responsibility Act brought dramatic changes in pre-action procedures and Applications for children’s matters in the Family and Federal Magistrates Court. When introduced into Parliament, the new legislative reforms were “heralded as the most significant changes in 30 years”; with the intention of bringing about major change in the way family dissolutions relating [...]

14 10, 2008

Getting to “YES” in Parenting Matters

By | October 14th, 2008|publications|0 Comments

Changes to the Family Law Act commenced on 1 July 2006 forced parents to change the way disagreements over children are resolved, moving parties away from Court towards a more co-operative approach. Now there are mandatory requirements to attend a Family Dispute Resolution Mediation (in cases not involving urgency, family violence abuse or neglect), before making an [...]

4 10, 2006

Family Law Amendment

By | October 4th, 2006|legal news|1 Comment

FAMILY LAW AMENDMENT (DEFACTO FINANCIAL MATTERS AND OTHER MEASURES) BILL 2008- WHAT'S IN IT FOR ME? The Family Law Amendment (De facto Financial Matters and Other Measures) Act 2008 received royal assent on 21 November 2008. This Act affects de facto couples as a new Part VIIIAB deals with declarations, maintenance and property adjustments between [...]