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Family Violence

Under section 4AB the Family Law Act Family Violence is defined as: violent, threatening or other behaviour by a person that coerces or controls a member of the person’s family (the family member ), or causes the family member to be fearful. This type of behaviour may include: (a)  an assault; or (b)  a sexual assault or other sexually abusive behaviour; or… Read more »

Spousal Maintenance

Most people would imagine that when their marriage or de facto relationship ends, so does their financial obligation to maintain their former spouse. However, through an application for spousal maintenance, the Court can order this financial obligation to continue despite the relationship having ended. Sections 74 and 90SE of the Family Law Act 1975 provide the court… Read more »

De Facto Relationships

In most cases when you first enter into a de facto relationship, you don’t  consider the impact this may have on your financial situation. Most people think that because they don’t get married and they don’t live in the same house as their partner that this will prevent their partner from being able to make… Read more »

Work Experience at Williams Barristers and Solicitors

How work experience has effected me, and how it can effect you On the 29th of May, as a year ten student of just 15 years, I began my four-day work experience with Williams Barristers and Solicitors. I did so to transition into the legal practice by broadening my knowledge and gaining contacts in the… Read more »

Inheritance and Property Settlement

When an inheritance is received, and it benefits both parties to the relationship, often upon separation the spouse who is the intended beneficiary will argue that the financial benefit was only intended for them. In these circumstances they will aim to have the inherited sum excluded from any property settlement. Whilst it is possible to… Read more »

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