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11 Apr 2019
Both parents have a continuing obligation to financially support their children even though the parents and their children will no longer be living together as a family.
Parents can agree on how they will do this in the changed circumstances. But if agreement cannot be...
When parents live apart it is usually best for children to continue their relationship with both their parents.
Issues that typically need to be resolved revolve around their day to day care, arrangements over the time they are going to spend in each parent’s care, thei...
17 Oct 2017
When you separate, your children should be your priority and it is important to organise parenting arrangements as soon as possible.
The Family Protection Act 1955
March 9, 2020
The Basics: De facto relationships
April 11, 2019
The Basics: Spousal maintenance
The Basics: Separation and dissolution of marriage
The Basics: Division of property on death
The Basics: Relationship property division
The Basics: Child support
The Basics: Domestic violence
The Basics: Claims about wills and estates
The Basics: Care of children
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Separation & Dissolution