From 1 April 2022, new laws will take effect to improve the visibility of superannuation assets in Family Law property proceedings. These are proceedings which deal with the division of property, including superannuation, between parties to a marriage or domestic (de facto) relationship.
We are delighted to announce that our Carmel Morrison is now an Accredited Family Law Specialist. Carmel has worked in the legal profession for over 30 years. She has a strong dedication to her family, and for many years she put her career on hold to raise and support her daughter as a single mother,…
On 1 September 2021, the Federal Circuit Court of Australia and the Family Court of Australia merged to become the new Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (FCFCOA). The FCFCOA has been designed to achieve the quick, inexpensive and fair resolution of Family Law disputes, as well as ensuring the safety of families and children.
The recent decision of Barre v Barre  FamCA 101 explores the complicating effect bankruptcy may on Family Court proceedings in the context of enforcing a Binding Financial Agreement
The recent decision of Barre v Barre  FamCA 101 explores the complicating effect bankruptcy may have on otherwise on Family Court proceedings in the context of enforcing a Binding Financial Agreement.