Family Law

What To Do If Your Child Has Been Abducted And Taken Overseas

What To Do If Your Child Has Been Abducted And Taken Overseas

One of the most stressful things that could ever happen to a parent is their child being abducted, and that is multiplied times 10 if it is clear they have been abducted and taken overseas. International parental child abduction occurs when one parent or guardian takes their child from its home country without the permission …

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Why Family Orders Must Be Followed And The Consequences If You Do Not

Why Family Orders Must Be Followed And The Consequences If You Do Not

Following a separation, any agreement made between parents regarding parenting arrangements for the children can be made by consent  with the assistance of a family lawyer. These are called consent orders and they are formalised by making an application to the Family Court. If the parents cannot agree, then the Family Court makes a decision, …

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Family Law in Married Couples and De Facto Couples when Separating

Family law in WA covers issues arising from separation in both married couples and de facto couples. The two main areas in family law are property division and children’s arrangements. How family law applies to married and de facto couples  The way family law operates is different depending on if you were married or in …

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How to Prepare for your Initial Consultation – Family Law Advice Tips to Follow

If you have either separated or are thinking of separating and have booked in for your initial family law consultation and not sure what to expect or what to bring, this article is for you. Here are 6 tips on how to prepare for your initial consultation with your family lawyer: TIP #1: Bring in a list of all …

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