Bainbridge Legal Blog
This information page provides guidance on when it may be appropriate to consider updating your will.
Deciding on the correct court to file in for family law cases can be difficult. You might be surprised to learn that in most cases you will not file in the Family Court of Australia.
This information page is designed to provide general information about the local court and procedure for AVO matters, including information on how a respondent might prepare for a defended hearing.
Are you a newly separated parent? This information page is designed to assist such parents with practical advice on how to avoid the common pitfalls of relationship breakdown while providing some helpful suggestions on how to manage and maintain civil communication with the other parent.
Appealing a Local Court magistrate's decision in the District Court
Section 10 of the Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 allows the Court to discharge an offender without a criminal conviction being recorded
A brief explanation as to how a Will needs to be executed and witnessed in order to be valid.
The difference between consent orders sealed by the Family Court of Australia and Binding Financial Agreements which are not filed or sealed by any court.
An outline of the 2014 amendments to the Bail Act.
What is a contract of sale?
Answering the questions of what is a fine, and what is a penalty unit
The Traffic Offenders Intervention Program is an education course run through the local court for drivers who have breached traffic laws.
If you are a party to property proceedings (whether they are parenting and property or solely property – including spousal maintenances cases) then you have a duty to provide full and frank disclosure of your financial circumstances.