Articles and resources
This article outlines the social and legal development of succession law – providing an outline of the impact of family provision legislation
In this article, our principal, Dean Bainbridge, explores the law relating to invasion of privacy in Australia. The article considers the different approaches taken by overseas jurisdictions and contrasts these approaches with Australian common law as it currently stands. Finally, the question of whether government needs to legislate in order to better protect privacy in Australia is considered.
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.
Binding Financial Agreements cover the division of property between the parties, superannuation and/or spousal maintenance.
The Court is generally reluctant to entertain applications to 'set aside' final orders but there are some limited circumstances in which an order may be set aside
Only those with standing are entitled to file an application for parenting orders in the Family Court or Federal Circuit Courtread more
Physical separation is not the sole factor considered by the court when determining whether the parties are separated for the purposes of divorce.