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What Legally Qualifies a Defacto Relationship
August 4, 2022 in Family Law
 
According to the Federal Circuit Court and Family Court Of Australia, a De Facto relationship is one where two parties of the same or opposite sex are living together in a domestic relationship. If the two parties are married or…
Being Separated Before A Divorce
July 13, 2022 in Uncategorised
 
In Australia, the concept of obtaining a divorce is premised around a party demonstrating the dissolution of the marriage and that it is “irretrievably” broken down. But, before one can actually obtain a divorce the state requires that a couple…
Criminal Offences Assault Charges
June 10, 2022 in Criminal Law
 
Criminal offences are ones committed against the state. When a person gets charged with a criminal offence they may be arrested and detained or in some cases be bailed out of jail and summonsed to appear in court at a…
Thinking about divorce? Get the facts
May 18, 2022 in Family Law
 
Divorce can be a difficult topic to think about. Sometimes just the thought of divorce can elicit an emotional response. It can invoke fear, anxiety, or sadness. But, it can also bring about feelings of freedom, relief, and hope for…
What are Australia's Child Custody Laws?
March 11, 2022 in Family Matters
 
What are Australia’s child custody laws? Editor's Note: This article was originally published in July 2015 but has been updated in order to provide the most current and up to date information. Well, we can start by saying they’re definitely…
Assault Charges In NSW.
February 8, 2022 in Criminal Law
 
A quick guide to assault charges In NSW. Assault is a crime. In this article, we’ll talk about two of the most common forms of assault to give you an insight into how it works. But the most important thing…