The rules that govern whether or not an overseas marriage is valid under Australian law are found in the Marriage Act 1961.   Read more: Recognition of an Overseas Marriage | Family Lawyers, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/family-law/recognition-of-an-overseas-marriage/

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In response to a push for civil unions and the recognition of same-sex relationships, some states have enacted legislation to allow for the registration of committed relationships.

In response to a push for civil unions and the recognition of same-sex relationships, some states have enacted legislation to allow for the registration of committed relationships.

In response to a push for civil unions and the recognition of same-sex relationships, some states have enacted legislation to allow for the registration of committed relationships.

In response to a push for civil unions and the recognition of same-sex relationships, some states have enacted legislation to allow for the registration of committed relationships.

As a general rule most relationships aren’t considered to be de facto unless the couple has lived together for two years without separation. However, there are exceptions.  Read more: De Facto Relationships | Family and Divorce Lawyers, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/family-law/de-facto-relationships/

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After separation, Superannuation is treated as property under the Family Law Act. However, it is different from other types of property because it is held in a trust and is subject to rules on accessing it.  Read more: Superannuation Splitting | Family and Divorce Lawyers, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/family-law/superannuation-splitting/

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Under the Family Law Act, moving the children to another town, city, state or country is known as relocation.  Read more: Relocation Orders | Family and Divorce Lawyers, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/family-law/relocation-orders/

What are the consequences of relocation orders? Find out more here, or call our Legal Hotline 7 days on 1300 636

The Family Law Act directs that you must attend Family Law Mediation or Family Dispute Resolution before you file an application for parenting orders or financial orders. Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) is the legal term for services (such as mediation) that help people to sort out their disputes.  Read more: Family Law Mediation | Family and Divorce Lawyers, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/family-law/mediation/

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Consent orders – property. Reaching an agreement with your former partner as to your property may have advantages such as allowing you to make the decisions that best suit your circumstances and reducing the financial and emotional costs of legal proceedings. A... #consentordersproperty #property

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The Family Law Act applies in every state of Australia and includes provisions for parents to make an agreement or consent orders regarding the future care of their children after separation.  Read more: Consent Orders – Children | Family and Divorce Lawyers, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/family-law/consent-orders-children/

The Family Law Act applies in every state of Australia and includes provisions for parents to make an agreement or consent orders regarding the future care of their children after separation. Read more: Consent Orders – Children | Family and Divorce Lawyers, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/family-law/consent-orders-children/

The law that governs family law, including a breach of orders is the Family Law Act. When a parenting order is made, either by way of consent orders or after a hearing by the court, every person affected by the order must comply with all of the terms of the order.   Read more: Breach of Orders | Children | Family and Divorce Lawyers, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/family-law/breach-of-orders-children/

Breach of Orders. What happens when a parenting order is breached?

An annulment of marriage in Australia is governed by the Family Law Act and requires a decree of nullity. A decree of nullity is an order which says that there is no legal marriage between the parties even though a marriage ceremony may have taken place.   Read more: Annulment of Marriage | Family and Divorce Lawyers, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/family-law/annulment-of-marriage/

Annulment of marriage. A Court order legally ending the marriage. Find out more here, or call our Legal Hotline 7 days on 1300 636

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Recovery Orders require a child be returned to a parent of the child. Find out more here, or call our Legal Hotline 7 days on 1300 636

Divorce and separation is an extremely stressful time- you need to know exactly what your entitlements are though!

The “third rail,” used to power trains on a railroad track, is so charged with electricity that it usually kills anyone unlucky enough to touch it. This is why politicians and pundits alike refer to Social Security as the third rail of American politics.

Family Violence Intervention orders- what do they mean?? #interventionorders #familylaw #lawyers http://www.gotocourt.com.au/legal-news/criminal-law/family-violence-intervention-order

Family Violence Intervention orders- what do they mean?? #interventionorders #familylaw #lawyers http://www.gotocourt.com.au/legal-news/criminal-law/family-violence-intervention-order

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