Family law and the family home – your options after separating
If you have separated from your spouse or de facto partner, deciding what to do about the family home can raise a whirlwind of emotions. Many memories are often attached to the family home – good and bad – and while some may want to retain the home and all the sentiment that goes with it, others may want nothing more than to move on.
Surrogacy – what you need to know
Surrogacy is the process involving a substitute mother bearing a child on behalf of another person or persons. Altruistic surrogacy arrangements are legal in Australia and can provide benefits for all concerned. Those unable to conceive are given the opportunity to parent a child and the birth mother brings that child into the world.
How binding is a Binding Financial Agreement?
A financial agreement is a contract that deals with the division of a couple's assets after they separate, or in the event that they separate. They may be made before or during a marriage or de-facto relationship, or after it breaks down.
Common Family Law Fallacies
If you’re in the unfortunate situation of going through a break-up you have probably heard all sorts of ‘advice’ from well-meaning friends and family.