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Family Court Mediation
25
Aug

Am I Required To Attempt Mediation Before Appearing In The Family Court In Mackay?

From 1st September 2021, the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court will merge and become one court. This will be the same Court system across the country (except for WA) and that court circuits regularly to Mackay from the registry in Rockhampton. All applications for orders under the Family Law Act will be made […]

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Family Court Orders
20
Aug

National Contravention List : What if Family Court Orders are not Followed in Mackay?

It is a common question that we get asked at Family Lawyers Mackay, what happens if Family Court Orders are not followed? It can be a complicated situation, there can be a lot of reasons why that may be the case. One of the new initiatives that are being introduced with the new merged Court […]

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parenting plan
03
Aug

Parenting Orders, Parenting Plans and COVID Restrictions – Do they Apply in Mackay?

Parenting Orders, Parenting Plans and COVID Restrictions – Do they Apply in Mackay? In Mackay, we have currently managed to avoid the lockdown restrictions affecting South East Queensland, and hopefully, that continues. A parenting plan is a written agreement that sets out parenting arrangements for children. However, it is the case that the current Covid restrictions […]

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Binding Financial Agreement
04
Jan

What Is A Binding Financial Agreement?

What Is a Binding Financial Agreement?   The binding financial agreement offer is a commitment before the acquisition of a company. Therefore, the binding financial agreement is the step before signing a sales contract, and it will be necessary to collect the required conditions of the operation. The master lines of the agreement will be […]

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Child Support QLD
10
Dec

Child Support: The Complete Guide to Child Support QLD

What is Child Support?  Parents have to contribute to the maintenance and education of their children. This is called the maintenance obligation and child support is an application of this obligation. Child support refers to the financial contribution that the non-custodial parent must pay to the custodial parent  – in the case of sole custody. […]

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Divorce lawyers in love
02
Dec

Best Divorce Lawyers in Love – We Focus on Solutions.

Divorce is a complicated process both from a moral and often from a material point of view. In most cases, the procedure is stressful, takes a lot of energy, nerves, and time. If you want to avoid this and make the divorce process as fast and easy as possible, a divorce lawyer in love can […]

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collaborative family law
23
Nov

Understanding The Basics Of Collaborative Law Practice

Collaborative Family Law Practice is an innovative, collaborative, and friendly alternative dispute resolution method. A constantly changing society and is increasingly collaborative requires today more than ever professionals (lawyers, mediators, psychologists, financial advisers, coaches, etc.) who believe in collaborative practice to resolve conflicts. A divorce, a layoff, or a disagreement between partners does not have […]

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same sex divorce
11
Nov

Marriage Act amendments permit same sex divorce in Australia

According to a Queensland family lawyer, achieving marriage equality in Australia has also resolved a “legal grey area” for those same-sex couples who were married overseas but are now seeking to divorce. Perhaps the biggest practical effect of the 2017 amendments is that because same-sex couples can now legally marry in Australia, same-sex divorce in […]

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Legal Aid Mackay
05
Nov

Does Legal Aid Cover Mackay Family Law?

Legal aid Mackay is payment by the State of your legal costs in Mackay court. It is intended for people who want to assert their rights in Mackay court but have limited resources. Assistance may be granted to you if you meet the required conditions, regardless of your position in the legal proceedings. Thus, you […]

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grandparents rights in Australia
19
Oct

Do Grandparents Have Rights in Australia?

Grandparents have a great love for their grandchildren. They want to spend more time with them. But sometimes the parents don’t want their parents to see their children. It is not good for them. But this is an unusual situation but what happens if the parent’s divorce. In this scenario the laws are different, let’s […]

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