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Family Law

Part 2: Involved in a Family Law dispute? How to save money

Part 1: Involved in a Family Law dispute? How to save money

Family Law

Legal rights for de facto relationships

The relationship is over, what about my inheritance?

X-Lotto Winnings – will I be able to keep them

International Pre-Nuptial Agreements

Same Sex Marriages

Family loans – should they be documented?

Grandparents v biological parents

Family Law facts

The honeymoon is over and so is the marriage – now what?

Pre-Nuptial Agreements

Planning to say ‘I Do’? Better read this then!

Drug use and parenting

Blended Families – have you planned what will happen to your assets when you die?

He/She left me for another woman/man

That’s it, I’m outta here!!

4 things you can do to protect your assets in a family law dispute

Does your sexual orientation affect your rights and entitlements?

Winner winner, chicken dinner

Elder Abuse – how can I prevent it?

Social media – think before you ‘post’

Should I stay or should I go?

Struggling with co-parenting? There’s an App for that!

Lending money to your child? Did you know…

Executor or executioner? Is my Will valid?

I hope the kids don’t find out!

Can I be liable for my partner’s tax debts? Part 1

My Health Records posing risk to vulnerable children

I don’t want my ex to know anything about my finances

Can I use recordings in family law cases?

Property Settlement – All you need to know

How domestic violence is dealt with in Family Court

How is Cryptocurrency dealt with in separation? Here’s what you need to know.

Who gets to keep the pet after separation?

We finally agreed on child support – now our circumstances have changed. Do I still have to pay?

Sperm Ownership

Can I be liable for my partner’s tax debts? Part 2

Getting Married?

I want to take my child on a holiday – guide for parents who are separated

Application for Divorce when Overseas

Migration and Citizenship Law

Relationship Requirements for Partner Visas

Visa 489 Replaced by New Skilled-Regional 491 Visa

Student Guardian visa (subclass 590)

Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme visa (subclass 187)

“Am I considered a dependent?” – Visa Applications and understanding the definition of a ‘dependent’.

Working Holiday visa (subclass 417)

Adoption visa (subclass 102)

Parent category visa options

Visa options for children

The good character requirement – what does it mean?

China Work and Holiday visa

Why should I use an Immigration Lawyer opposed to a Migration Agent?

Would you like a free migration plan? Come join us for an Immichat.

Why migrate to South Australia

What is an Australian Study Requirement?

Foreign Skilled Labour in response to Construction Industry Staffing Shortage

Immigration SA announces they are re-opening selected State Nomination visas

My relationship is on the rocks and I’m on a Partner visa, what now?

Why is Estate Planning important to Migration?

Recent changes to Skilled Migration Visas, what you need to know…

Overstaying your visa? What this means for you.

Family violence whilst on your Visa – what are your options?

Changes to Australian Partner Visas – what you need to know

All you need to know about the new Entrepreneur Visa

New Changes to Migration Program, what you should know !

Does HIV/AIDS stop you from entering Australia?

Changes to Australian Partner Visas coming in effect 17 April 2019

Skilled Migration: New Occupations Added

How the 2019 Federal Budget affects Migration in Australia

Ministerial Intervention

Make sure your contracts are watertight

Make sure your contracts are watertight

Contracts and legal documents are a part of our lives.  Some of us are more experienced than others when it comes to understanding what a contract or legal document means, and what the consequences of signing it are, or may be.

Can I move interstate with my child after separation?

Can I move interstate with my child after separation?

The short answer is yes. The long answer is depends. If you can get the other parent’s consent to relocate with the child then there is nothing stopping you. In most situations, getting the consent of the other parent can be very difficult. If you have tried to get the other parent’s consent unsuccessfully then you ought to at least attempt family dispute resolution (unless family violence or other limiting exceptions are factors).

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

For many, Christmas means travel to experience a white Christmas, uninterrupted relaxation on a tropical island, going on a journey of self-discovery in a far flung part of the world or simply a road trip to catch up with family and friends.

Morrison government planning to ban cash: What does this mean for you?

Morrison government planning to ban cash: What does this mean for you?

In the recent Budget, the Morrison Government announced its drastic proposal to ban business cash transactions exceeding $10,000.  This proposed new legislation, known as the known as the Currency (Restrictions on the Use of Cash) Bill 2019, is, as the Government describes, an attempt to ‘tackle tax evasion and other criminal activity’.