Family Law Blogs

Increased Visibility of Ex-partner’s Superannuation in Family Law Matters

On 1 April 2022, new changes were introduced allowing a party to current family law proceedings to apply directly to the Court to request superannuation information about

Smooth and simple separations are the exception rather than the norm, for fairly straightforward reasons. When the time comes to separate from a spouse or de facto partner,

Under current laws, de facto couples have the right to enter into agreements about what is to happen to the assets of the relationship in the event of separation. They are commonly known

How Domestic Violence Is Dealt With in Family Court

The ABS has found that 1 in 6 women and 1 in 16 men have been subjected, since the age of 15, to physical and/or sexual violence and 1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men to emotional abuse by a

How Cryptocurrency Is Dealt With in Separation & Divorce

Cryptocurrency, such as Bitcoin, is a virtual unit of currency that operates outside traditional banking systems. A characteristic of cryptocurrency is its anonymity. People can

Property Settlement

The purpose of property settlement is to put an end to the financial relationship between you and your former partner/spouse. In the event you and your former partner/spouse are unable

Many Australians assume, after divorce or separation upon break down of a long relationship, the assets of the marriage (or separation) are simply split down the middle

The breakdown of a relationship brings emotional upheaval for everyone involved. Trying to negotiate property settlement and what is going to happen with the kids can be

Bambrick Legal Family Court Lawyers

Starting from 1 September 2021, the two courts will be merged into the Family Court and Federal Circuit Court of Australia (FCFC). The amalgamated court will have two divisions

When you start Family Law proceedings, you may be required to attend at the court many times before your matter is set down for trial. You may be required to attend for directions

So someone had successfully convinced the Court to make an Intervention Order (‘IVO’) against you. Whilst the IVO is in place, you are bound to comply with the terms and conditions

An experienced lawyer is able to give you advice about your specific situation and your entitlements in relation to parenting arrangements for the care of your children, how