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November 29, 2016

The Step Children Conundrum

Families – sometimes you can’t live with them, but you wouldn’t be living without them. As social demographics adjust and non-nuclear families are becoming more and more prevalent, the so-called ‘solutions’ from a legislative standpoint creat...

November 17, 2016

Join us for an information session on

Understanding 
Family Assets

followed by networking drinks.

Our teams of experts will take you through some tips for understanding the assets that are included as family assets with respect to family law proceedings, including:

  • Hi...

September 21, 2016

Hot off the press; Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, collectively known as “Brangelina”, have split. And while the paparazzi move to democratically elect the next do-gooding Hollywood couple to adopt and care for the parentless malnourished children of the world, we look a...

August 9, 2016

“Breaking up is hard to do!” as the saying goes… and this can certainly be the case when it comes to getting back in control of your finances following divorce or separation.

Aside from healing emotionally, you need to consider the financial outcome of the split too and...

March 31, 2016

Come and join our experts for our first information session on Separation & Divorce. 

 

We will guide you through some handy tips and pointers to make sure you are looking after yourself and your finances before, during and this stressful life event. 

 

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March 23, 2016

'What can go wrong after a divorce?' is a normal and everyday question we get, and the answer is there are many things that can slip between the cracks. 

 

This includes some financial risks such as:

  • Losing Centrelink benefits. 
    If you were previously relying on bene...

March 2, 2016

In a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic society like Australia, the biggest concern for many parents following separation (or even during a relationship when it is strained) is that one parent (‘the travelling parent’) might take the child overseas on a medium to long-term b...