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Top 30 Questions Australians Ask About Divorce

These are the top 30 questions Australians ask about divorce: What are the grounds for divorce in Australia?In Australia, the only ground for divorce is the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage, evidenced by a 12-month separation. How do I file for divorce?You can file for divorce using the Federal Circuit…

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What are the Pros and Cons of a Prenuptial Agreement?

A prenuptial agreement, also known as a binding financial agreement (BFA), is a legal document that outlines how a couple’s assets and finances will be divided in the event of separation or divorce. In Australia, prenuptial agreements are recognized by law and can be a useful tool for protecting each…

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How to Deal with Parental Alienation

What is parental alienation? Parental alienation is a serious issue that can arise in family law cases when one parent attempts to undermine or interfere with the relationship between the other parent and their children. This can have significant and long-lasting negative effects on the children, the targeted parent, and…

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Successful Appeal Against Final Property Settlement Orders

In the matter of Candle & Falkner [2021] FedCFamC1A 102, Jano Family Law were successful in an appeal made by the husband against final property orders in a hig- net-worth family law property litigation matter. The grounds of appeal set out by the husband challenged the primary judge’s: treatment of…

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Successful Enforcement of Judgement Award

In Falkner & Candle [2021] FedCFamC1F 66, Jano Family Law enforced payment of a family law judgement award of $604,168 where the wife sought a partial stay of property settlement orders requiring her to pay money to the husband. When the wife defaulted in her obligation to pay the judgement…

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