Is it my best option to put a Caveat on the property to protect my interests or am I better off seeking a better alternative option? Get some accurate advice today to suit your needs.
The breakdown of a marriage or relationship and subsequent split of assets is always a challenging period. If assets are held within a self-managed superannuation fund, splitting this asset can be complex and extra consideration and care needs to be taken. This article provides a brief summary of some of the key factors to consider…
What options are available to reach an agreement in family law matters?
How Will A Loss of Income Affect My Child Support? The Effect of COVID-19 on Child Support Obligations
I’ve lost my job or experienced a reduction in my income. Do I still have to pay child support?
The Covid-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented impact globally including in family law property settlements. We discuss some potential implications about property settlement during this crisis.
A multitude of new and unforeseen issues arise when trying to navigate parenting during a pandemic. We field some of those issues here and advise parents on how to keep effectively co-parenting during this public health crisis.
Your child is probably seeing and hearing a lot about coronavirus (COVID-19) on TV, radio, and social media, as well as from other people. Talking with your child about coronavirus (COVID-19) can help your child understand and cope with what’s going on.
If you are not sure about child support and what expenses it covers you should read this article today.
The superannuation splitting laws allow separating couples to value and divide their superannuation after a relationship break down. Under the laws, one partner may split the amount remaining in their superannuation fund and make a payment to the other partner’s superannuation fund after separation.
How does the Family Court treat property owned by a discretionary trust? Is the property owned by a discretionary trust considered property available for distribution between parties to a family law property settlement?