When will a court make property orders?

The Family Law Act requires a court to consider if the proposed orders sought by the parties are just and equitable in making decisions for married couples and de facto couples (couples who have [...]

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Fraud warning

Fraud happens not just in the workplace or in commercial life but also during and following the end of a close relationship.  Such incidents of fraud can occur when one party forges the signature [...]

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Alteration of property interests

The Family Law Act refers to alteration of property interests in s79(4).  The parties must work out the pool of assets whether in a marriage or a de facto relationship and then what orders they [...]

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