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04
Jan

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 reflected in the binding offer document. What […]

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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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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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18
Sep

Property Settlement After Divorce

Stats show that in Australia at least one-third of relationships end in divorce or separation. Usually, we don’t find accurate information about property settlement after divorce or separation.  Different cases have different results. All cases are decided according to the given facts, the result of each case is different.  Misconceptions about property settlement: Each case […]

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09
Sep

What Is The Primary Difference Between Mediation and Arbitration?

Mediation and Arbitration are different terms. Here is the basic definition of both. Arbitration: In arbitration, a dispute is submitted after an agreement between both parties. It is given to one or more arbitrators, and they make the binding decision. The parties prefer private dispute resolution because they don’t want to go to court.  Mediation: […]

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27
Mar

Family Lawyers Mackay Implements Virtual Contactless Legal Services

With the continued uncertainty and while disruption to our daily lives continues here in Mackay, we are each in a position to do our part to help contain the spread of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). The COVID-19 pandemic has left many of us to question, how and when do we get back to normal? The […]

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25
Mar

The Devastating Effect of COVID-19 Already being Felt in Aussie Family Law Courts

The Coronavirus is having a significant impact throughout Australia, and the world. For many, this pandemic has arrived out of nowhere and has changed lives in ways very few saw coming. The devastating effect of COVID-19 in Aussie family law courts is already being felt. Apart from the potential health concerns, many of our clients […]

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24
Jan

If My Spouse and I Live in Different States, Then Where Do We Get Divorced?

You got married in Mackay. You and your spouse lived in Mackay together for years. Now you’ve decided to get a divorce and your spouse has moved to Sydney. What happens in a divorce when you and your spouse live in different states? Can you go through the process in Mackay? Who gets to decide […]

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29
Jun

What Happens To Assets Such As The Family Home During Separation And Divorce?

Reflection is essential in the case of a divorce situation. As you file for separation and divorce, a short statement is issued during the process to determine whether reflection has been considered by both parties or not. This again includes other things like what the result of this reflection is and other things. In each […]

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