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  • Things to Do Before Asking for a Divorce by Alan Weiss

    Australia has one of the highest divorce rates in the world, topped only by those in the United States and Britain. According to a recent Australian Institute of Family Studies report, out of every 1000 Australians of all age groups, 2.3 are divorced. Divorce in Australia or separation affects nearly 50% of all marriages in Australia today. 50,200 divorces were granted in 2010, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics....

  • Property settlements and spousal maintenance

    This eBook provides an introduction to the legal concepts that govern property settlements and spousal maintenance. It offers information, not legal advice. Every individual who faces a separation or divorce is unique. To learn how the law applies to your specific situation, you should consult with a family lawyer....

  • Preparing for separation and divorce

    This eBook is intended to provide you with helpful information if you are thinking about a separation or divorce. It does not attempt to provide you with legal advice and it is not a substitute for representation by a lawyer. Particularly when a divorcing couple cannot agree upon financial or parenting issues, the law can be complex. It applies to different couples in different ways, depending on their financial resources and needs as well as the needs of their children. If you decide you are re...

  • Financial Support for Children

    While this eBook is intended to give you a useful and informative overview of the law, it does not and cannot give you legal advice. You can only get legal advice from a lawyer. Recognizing that every situation is different, you should consult a family lawyer to get answers to specific questions that address your rights and obligations concerning the financial support of your children....

  • Family Dispute Resolution (Mediation)

    In this eBook, we will discuss the benefits of mediation, describe the mediation process, and explain when mediation is required. This eBook is intended as an educational tool. It is not contain legal advice and it is not a substitute for consulting with a lawyer. Every person and every situation is different. To obtain information and advice about mediation that is specifically tailored to your needs, you should seek the assistance of a family lawyer....

  • Enforcing Court Orders

    This eBook explains how court orders can be enforced. While the eBook provides general information, it cannot cover every situation that might arise. You should seek advice from a lawyer if you have questions about enforcing the specific orders that were entered in your case. Moreover, this eBook cannot and does not give you legal advice. Only a lawyer can do that....

  • Domestic Violence and Special Needs

    This eBook provides general information about sensitive and difficult subjects. If you need help with family violence, child abuse, child abduction, or medical procedures for special needs children, you should consult with a family lawyer. While this eBook is a starting point that will help you be better informed, an eBook cannot give you legal advice. You can only get legal advice from a family lawyer...

  • De Facto Relationships

    This eBook explains how the Family Law Courts deal with de facto relationships. The explanations provided here are not intended as legal advice. Every relationship is different. If you need help determining whether you were in a de facto relationship or how the law will resolve your particular issues, you should consult with a family lawyer....

  • Consent orders property & children

    This eBook explains the advantages of consent orders and describes the process of applying for one. We hope that you will find this knowledge useful, but remember that an eBook can only give you general information. This eBook does not and cannot give you legal advice and it is not a substitute for a legal opinion. If you need help drafting the terms of a consent order or have specific questions about consent orders that you might need or how a consent order might affect your case, you should co...

  • Separation and Divorce

    A separation exists when the parties to a marriage end their cohabitation that is, they begin living separately and apart from each other. A separation can occur when one spouse decides to stop cohabiting with the other spouse. The consent or agreement of both spouses to a separation is not required. Usually when parties separate one or both spouses will move to a different residence, but it is possible for spouses to live separately and apart (and thus to separate) even if they continue to occ...

  • Children and Divorce

    This eBook discusses parenting after separation or divorce. It provides information about your rights and responsibilities as a divorced parent, about how the Family Law Courts resolve parenting disputes, and about steps you can take to resolve parenting issues without the courts involvement. This eBook does not and cannot give you legal advice. It is intended as a general overview....

 
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