Each seminar runs for approximately one hour and covers a range of issues including; Separation and divorce, parenting matters, child support, property settlement, spouse maintenance, drafting your Agreement and a range of other matters. There is an opportunity to ask questions during the seminar and at the conclusion of the seminar.
During the seminars we do not provide any legal advice however, it is a good opportunity for you to obtain procedural information about the Family Court, the Family Law Act and what you need to be aware of moving forward in your case.
As Family Law solicitors we understand the common difficulties and problems that clients encounter and we will try to address those in the seminar to assist you. We hold both evening seminars and daytime seminars for your convenience.
There was a man and woman who married and had a child. When the child was two years old, the mother and father decided to divorce. Their behaviour during the divorce was respectful. The period after the divorce was described as “harmonious”. It appeared as though the divorce had gone smoothly, and all parties could start their new lives. Read more
In a recent case a husband and wife had two young children. The husband and wife separated. During the process of separation, the husband and wife began a long dispute over parenting. Following a serious motorbiking accident the husband was hospitalised for three months and the children stayed with the mother the whole time. Read more
Fidan Shevket of Fox & Staniland Lawyers is the only lawyer in Sydney’s North Shore to have been named as a finalist in the category of Family Law Partner of the Year at the Lawyers Weekly Partner of the Year Awards 2021. Read more
A man and woman had been married to each other for many years. In 1997 a family home was purchased under the husband’s sole name. In 2000 the husband and wife separated, and the husband transferred half of the ownership of the home into his wife’s name. Following this, the husband and wife informally agreed that the husband would transfer his remaining one-half interest in the family home to the wife, making her the sole owner of the family home. Read more