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It is not uncommon for parents to lend their children funds to assist them. Commonly this is to acquire real estate. How these loans are dealt with in Family Law can be crucial to the outcome of your property settlement. Read more
The old principle of ‘if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it at all’ applies in every Family Law case. Especially on social media! Read more
You have filed parenting and/or property proceedings in either the Federal Circuit Court or the Family Court and your first court date is coming up. What can you expect? Read more
If someone occupies your land without your permission, and you do nothing about it, you may lose your land. Read more