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No fault divorce family law act 1975
De Facto Couples or Same Sex Couples
Annulment of marriage
Eligibility for divorce
full and frank disclosure
What is an Affidavit?
Forms and fees
Family dispute resolution
Types of orders and agreements
Breach of Orders
alternative legal approaches
Seeking legal advice
Property & Finance
What is Property Settlement?
What is included as Property?
'Out of court' property settlement
How does the court determine asset split?
four step process for property settlement
Making a property agreement legally binding
What happens to the Family Business?
Third party involvement in settlement
Loans from family and friends
Stamp duty and tax liabilities
Family violence and property settlement
Best interests of the children
Child's time with each parent
Family Dispute Resolution Certificate
Child Support and Child Maintenance
Child Support Agreements
Changing a Child's Family Name
Travelling Overseas with Children
The Hague Convention
Child Abuse and Family Violence
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The authority given to a court and its judicial officers to apply the law. For example, the courts have jurisdiction under the Family Law Act 1975 in family law matters.
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