In 1995, the term “custody” was abolished via the Family Law Reform Act. The concept of custody gave much broader decision making powers to the parent with whom the child lives … [Read more...] about Do you know that the term “custody” that we commonly understand as to where a child lives following a separation, is no longer applicable?
When a Court is making a parenting Order, the Family Law Act 1975 requires it to regard the best interest of the child as their paramount consideration. At RM Law, we encourage … [Read more...] about Parenting Matters – Best interests of the child
The Court has a 4 step approach it will follow when making a property division: Creating a net asset poolFirstly, the Court has to collate all the parties’ personal assets and … [Read more...] about Division of Property Settlement