The breakdown of a marriage is almost always an emotionally taxing experience for both partners. While there is the emotion and stress that is usually at the forefront of a separation, there are a multitude of other factors that need to be considered during the process. Often, the first issue that needs to be addressed when a long-term relationship deteriorates is how the shared assets of the couple are to be divided. Continue reading Spousal Maintenance – What To Expect
The deterioration of a loving relationship is usually a dreaded outcome for all those involved.
In addition to the emotional toll it takes on a person, there is always the added stress of dividing up property and finances. Add on top of this a potential custodial battle for any children involved, and you have the recipe for a protracted and emotional legal battle. Continue reading The Ins and Outs Of Binding Financial Agreements
There are many more misconceptions about Family Law and, in particular, property settlements and child arrangements.
In part 2 of our Setting The Record Straight article we have debunked more myths and reveal the truth. In case you missed it, read Part 1 here. Continue reading Setting The Record Straight: Family Law Myths – Part 2
There are many misconceptions about Family Law and, in particular, property settlements and child arrangements. The majority of the tales are sourced from online blogs or people who usually start the conversation with “take it from me, I know”. Continue reading Setting The Record Straight: Family Law Myths
Picture this: A husband and wife separate. Six months after separating from her husband, the wife wins $6 million in the lottery. The husband claims he should receive part of the lottery win as the funds used to purchase the ticket had been withdrawn from the parties’ joint bank account, and as such, should be included in the property pool. Continue reading You’re separating. You win the lottery. What happens next?
It is a long standing misconception in matters relating to children, that the mother will automatically get full ‘parental responsibility’ (e.g. custody of the children).
This is not entirely correct. Continue reading Who Gets The Children?
Our Family Lawyers are approached by clients on a regular basis whose spouse or partner has said to them;
“I have spoken to a lawyer and they said that you will get nothing”
This is rarely correct. Even if all the property is owned by your partner, you may be entitled to something. Continue reading I Will Leave You With Nothing