Author: familylawyers

Children Vaccination Update in Australia: In the midst of the global Coronavirus pandemic, the Australian Government recently announced that children aged 5 to 11 are now eligible to receive the... Read More

A family report is a document written by a court-appointed family counselor. It provides an independent assessment of the issues in the case and can help the trial judge decide... Read More

Working Remotely with The Best Law Firm Australia, ain’t no joke! To successfully start working remotely for the best law firm in Australia, it is imperative that you have excellent... Read More

Mutual wills are considered a ‘legally binding contract’ between two people that are drafted in terms agreed upon by both parties and cannot be revoked or amended by either party... Read More

A Consent Order is made by the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia formalising an agreement reached between parties after separation about parenting and/or property matters. A parenting order... Read More

Will drafting is an important skill to possess as a junior solicitor. Unfortunately, you don’t always get the opportunity to refine your drafting skills in university which makes the leap... Read More

Following a family breakdown, emotions are high and stress levels can be extreme. In these circumstances, separated parents don’t always make the best decisions as they navigate this new unknown... Read More

In a recent Appeal of a decision of the Family Court of Australia, the Appellant Court reviewed orders between the parties in respect of their two children under Pt VII... Read More

In parenting matters, the Court’s main focus is making orders that align with the children’s best interests as this remains the paramount consideration. But how does the Court determine what... Read More

The mediation certificate is also known as a Section 60I Certificate and is issued by registered family dispute resolution providers in the following circumstances: 1. To confirm both parties attended mediation... Read More