Posting on social media during or after a family law court case can be fraught with problems, as the RMB Lawyers Family and Relationships Law division explains.
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There is a world of difference between a good family lawyer and a bad one. RMB Lawyers Managing Partner CRAIG OSBORNE explains the qualities he sees in a good family lawyer.
At the early stages of your separation, knowing what resources are available to assist you can alleviate significant financial stress. RMB Family & Relationships Law division reports.
RMB Family & Relationships Law Division explains the four steps involved in property settlements.
When couples separate it’s often hard enough for them to decide who is getting the television, the couch or even the children. And when it’s the family pet, it’s by no means less complicated, as the head of RMB Lawyers’ Family & Relationships Law Division CLAIRE OSBORNE explains.
Changing a child’s surname can’t be done simply as a matter of convenience to one or other of the parents. There are many other considerations, as The RMB Family & Relationships Law division explains:
Domestic violence laws have been changed in Australia to ensure better protection for victims across State and Territory boundaries. RMB Lawyers Partner MARTIN CULLETON explains:
Surrogacy involves complex legal, emotional and social issues.
Relocation of children after a marriage or relationship ends is an emotional topic.
How the Hague Convention is applied to international child custody battles.
Advice for people called to give evidence in Family Court cases.
A recent case which has changed the way courts look at “special skills” contributions when dividing assets in a family breakdown.
The case of a former sex worker who had her claim for de facto status rejected.
A recent case which has changed the way in which sperm donors are viewed.
The reality of equal parental responsibility after family break-ups.
Changes to the Family Law Act to provide better protection from violence and abuse.
The taxation implications in disposal of assets after divorce.
Collaborative Family Law as an alternative to more confrontational ways of dealing with family breakdown and divorce.
The circumstances in which Family Law Consent orders can be set aside.
Following a Relationship breakdown, the parties to that relationship, being spouses or people who have been in a De Facto relationship often need to resolve matters of property. This is, in essence, what property settlement is all about.
We look at splitting superannuation when couples separate.
Pre-nuptial agreements and questions how binding they actually are.
An examination of the pitfalls posed by social media in Family Law disputes.