Author: brisbanefamilylaw

1. Seek advice from your accountant or financial adviser on the financial consequences arising from a separation. Work out a budget of your essential living expenses, not only for yourself... Read More

If you are in a de facto relationship and cohabitating with your partner, entering into Binding Financial Agreements is the only protection you can have ahead of time to safeguard... Read More

Subpoenas in Family Law Matters It is common in family law proceedings for Subpoenas to be issued to third parties seeking information that is relevant to the proceedings. Such information is... Read More

If you have been diagnosed with a mental health condition, this can impact both child welfare/parenting arrangements addition to property disputes. However, a mental health condition does affect or have... Read More

Over the past few years, criminal law and family violence have increasingly interconnected with family law and child protection matters. At times family law matters, especially when involving children,... Read More

With so many law firms to choose from it can be a difficult process choosing just the right lawyer for your needs. In this post, we’ll note a few things... Read More

Is your binding financial agreement legally binding? There are certain requirements that must be adhered to for a Binding Financial Agreement to be legally binding. If these requirements are not adhered... Read More

Did you know that you can get an impartial, independent decision regarding the division of your relationship property (and even your child custody matters) from an experienced Brisbane family lawyer... Read More

The rise of social media is impacting various areas of law, particularly family law proceedings. While sharing a social media post may seem harmless, a recent Family Law Review found... Read More

When a relationship ends there is a lot of focus on the pain and strain of separation and divorce, as well as negotiating parenting plans, child visitation rights, and the... Read More