A scenario that I come across regularly in my work as a family lawyer is where parents have provided their adult-child with financial assistance to purchase their home or an investment property. The financial assistance is provided while the adult-child is single and they subsequently enter a relationship, or often the financial assistance is provided […]
I am regularly asked this question. Yes you can negotiate with your former spouse as to where your children will live and how much time they will spend with each parent. In fact, it’s great if you can. And it’s encouraged by the Court. If you need a bit of extra help negotiating and discussing parenting […]
The last date for filing non-urgent applications for parenting orders that relate to Christmas 2016 and the long-school holidays is 11 November 2016 – but don’t leave it that long to start making plans. So what is the process, and why should you start doing anything now? Try and negotiate with your former spouse and enrol […]
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