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February 28, 2019
In Australia, the only ground for divorce is that the marriage has broken down irretrievably, that is, that there is no prospect of the parties resuming the relationship. This is proved to the Court by the evidence that you and your spouse have been separated for at least 12 months. It is possible to be […]
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What is Parenting Plan?
Parenting Plans are agreements made between parents which set out the arrangements for their children following separation. Whilst a Parenting Plan is not legally enforceable, the Plan must be in writing, signed, and dated, by both parents in order to be recognized as a Parenting Plan under the Family Law Act 1975. When making a […]
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Flight Risk? What You Need to Know about the Family Law Watch list
What is the Family Law Watchlist and what does it do? The Family Law Watchlist, formerly known as the Airport Watchlist, is a system maintained and used by the Australian Federal Police (AFP) to record the names of children who are prohibited by an order of a Court from leaving the Commonwealth of Australia. The […]
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