Parenting Orders and Coronavirus COVID-19 Unless you are living under a rock you will no doubt have heard about Coronavirus COVID-19 and will have been affected by it, in one way or another. One group who are feeling the effects… Read More »Parenting Orders and Coronavirus COVID-19
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Wills, Powers Of Attorney, Estate Planning And Coronavirus COVID-19 Many around the world are currently dealing with the health and financial effects of the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. As in many past emergency and life-changing situations, our thoughts start to drill… Read More »Wills, Powers Of Attorney, Estate Planning And Coronavirus COVID-19.
7 Tips to Make Mediation a Success Mediation is a proactive and cost-effective method of resolving sensitive issues related to a marriage breakdown, such as finances, property and of course, child custody. Many families fear that mediation will be a… Read More »7 Tips to Make Mediation a Success
In the recent family law case of McCune v Theissen  FCCA 1805, the Court outlined some crucial points about the importance of good communication between separated parents and how a failure to communicate properly could mean shared parenting is not awarded. Read More »Communication is the name of the game
Family dispute resolution is a mediation process whereby parties to a family dispute arising from divorce or separation undertake to resolve their issues among themselves, before taking their matter to court. It has a lot of characteristics that you may need to know to understand the process better.Read More »What is Family Dispute Resolution Mediation?
Sadly, a situation all too common on the streets of Victoria in today’s society is being drunk and disorderly.
However, the law has often been seen as discriminatory, especially toward indigenous people. In fact, the law itself – in which Victoria is one of the last states set to abolish – was recommended to be done so in the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody almost 30 years ago.Read More »Drunk and disorderly offence going from Victorian law