The difference between a Binding Child Support Agreement and a Limited Child Support Agreement

Under both the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) and the Child Support Assessment Act 1989 (Cth) parents of a child have a legal obligation to provide financial support for that child until the child turns 18 years of age. Where the parents have separated, one party may consider payment for child support to … Read more about The difference between a Binding Child Support Agreement and a Limited Child Support Agreement

Is it a gift or a loan? The difference could be critical in your family law dispute

It is becoming more commonplace for family members to provide financial assistance to other family members to be used, for example as a deposit for a property purchase, for renovations on a property or to assist with cash flow for a business venture. How that arrangement is treated if you end up in … Read more about Is it a gift or a loan? The difference could be critical in your family law dispute

Working with a variety of professionals can make the experience of separation easier

When people are considering separation, many will initially ‘go it alone’ with working through the various processes; the things they need to consider when separating, dividing their property, parenting issues, getting a divorce etc. But to get through the process ensuring all your rights and … Read more about Working with a variety of professionals can make the experience of separation easier