Our team of dedicated family law specialists brings extensive experience to the table. We understand the nuances of family law cases involving divorce at an older age. We offer comprehensive legal support tailored to your specific situation. Whether you're dealing with property settlement issues. Spousal maintenance or estate planning, we have the expertise to guide you. Read More.
Cryptocurrencies are a new form of digital asset that exists on the blockchain. It is stored using wallets using a unique address for each wallet. Cryptocurrency is considered property in relation to the Family Law Act. It must be disclosed as part of a party’s obligations to provide full and frank financial disclosure. Non-disclosure may lead to adverse inferences or potentially form the basis for setting aside Orders due to non-disclosure. Read More.
Couples in marriages or de facto relationships are often hopeful that their relationship will last forever. However, relationships don't always go as planned, and separation or divorce can be the result. This can lead to disputes over property settlements and financial arrangements. To prevent such issues from arising, a Binding Financial Agreement (BFA) can be established. This article will delve into what a BFA entails and how it differs from prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Additionally, we'll explore why it can be challenging to nullify a BFA and offer guidance on creating a binding and enforceable agreement. Read More.
New South Wales has been the forepart of LGBT rights in Australia, with significant progress made over recent years in recognising and protecting the rights of LGBT families. This progress has been driven by the tireless efforts of various advocacy groups and individuals who have lobbied for legislative reforms to ensure equality and fairness for all. However, despite this progress, the LGBT community in NSW still faces discrimination and inequality in various forms. Read More.
Australia announces that they are changing family and domestic violence leave from unpaid to paid leave. So, what does this mean for people who have endured domestic violence and their employment moving forward? Ramsden Lawyers, Family Law Special Counsel Daniel Rod discusses this in their latest article. Find out more. Read More.
After sharing a life together, it can be difficult to decide how to divide property between parties to a marriage or in a de-facto relationship, therefore making it uncommon to fall into a dispute about dividing the property accumulated during the relationship. Read More.