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CrossRoads Magazine Issue 12

We’re pleased to bring you Issue 12 of our Crossroads publication, available online here and in print.

In this issue, we take a look at planning and negotiating Christmas arrangements for the children, explore the appropriateness of severing any real property joint tenancies following separation, examine the reality of spousal maintenance, and consider the different forms domestic violence protection orders can take and the conditions that can be imposed.  We also discuss the what’s, when’s, why’s and how’s of seeking initial family law advice, and why you might still need a lawyer even if property settlement agreement has been reached, and share some fast facts on pre-nups.

If you would like a printed copy please contact us at [email protected].

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 11

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 11

We’re pleased to bring you Issue 11 of our Crossroads publication, available online here and in print.

In this issue, we take a look at the recently announced recommendations for reform of the family law system, navigate domestic violence protection options, examine the importance of updating estate planning upon separation, and explore how the emotional narrative built around a person’s experience of separation can influence their wellbeing moving forward. We also take a close look at ways to negotiate a resolution, whether by yourself or with the assistance of a mediator, and are very pleased to share the unique story of another client in the continuation of our series of articles written personally by our clients, or with their input.

If you would like a printed copy please contact us at [email protected].

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 10

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 10

We’re pleased to bring you Issue 10 of our Crossroads publication, available online here and in print.

In this issue, we take a look at the recent introduction of judicial mediation, offer some practical parenting matters to consider when separating, examine what’s what when it comes from pre-nups and post-nups, and outline some of the domestic violence support services and tools that are available.  We also look at why every property settlement matter is different and what “no fault” divorce means, as well as bringing you other quality and topical information from the family law field.  We are also very pleased to bring you the first in a series of articles written personally by our clients, or with their input, sharing their own unique stories.

If you would like a printed copy please contact us at [email protected].

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 9

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 9

We’re pleased to bring you Issue 9 of our Crossroads publication, available online here and in print.

In this issue we take a look at some practical financial matters to consider when separating, what your duty of disclosure is during property settlement and how to rebuild a broken relationship with your child.  We also decipher some of the legal terms and technical jargon you might come across during your family law matter and examine the role of solicitors, barristers and independent children’s lawyers in family law matters, as well as bringing you other quality and topical information from the family law field.

If you would like a printed copy please contact us at [email protected].

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 8

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 8

We’re pleased to bring you Issue 8 of our Crossroads publication, available online here and in print.

In this issue we take a look at the time taken to do a property settlement and the types of orders that may be made in the interim, answer some questions about family dispute resolution and also the role of the barrister and solicitor in family law matters, and bring you our last instalment on the developmental needs of children. We also look at a recent High Court decision allowing a son to access his parents’ 1977 Family Court file, as well as bringing you other quality and topical information from the family law field.

If you would like a printed copy please contact us at [email protected].

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 7

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 7

We’re pleased to bring you Issue 7 of our Crossroads publication, available online here and in print.

In this issue we update you on various changes in the area of family law, including those flowing from the same sex marriage amendments, the Australian Law Reform Commission review into the family law system, and the parliamentary enquiry into a better family law system to support and protect those affected by family violence.  We also look at lessons to be learned from a recent High Court decision on binding financial agreements, as well as bringing you other quality and topical information from the family law field.

If you would like a printed copy please contact us at [email protected].

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 6

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 6

We’re pleased to bring you Issue 6 of our Crossroads publication, available online here and in print.

In this edition we take a look at technology where there is untapped potential available to people living on the land or in remote areas in respect of their ability to have appropriately trained and competent solicitors to represent them, despite the issues related to distance. In addition to bringing you quality and topical information from the family law field.

If you would like a printed copy please contact us at [email protected].

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 5

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 5

We’re pleased to bring you Issue 5 of our Crossroads publication, available online here and in print.

In this edition we take stock of the financial year that was in addition to bringing you quality and topical information from the family law field.

If you would like a printed copy please contact us at [email protected].

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 4

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 4

This edition of Crossroads coincides with the opening of our Ipswich office, which we launched on 27 February.

Our Legal Partner, Amity Anderson, heads up our Ipswich team and the office provides the opportunity to provide the Ipswich community and surrounding areas with specialist family law advice.
Together with our Toowoomba and Brisbane offices, we continue to service our south-east Queensland, Queensland and interstate clients.
In addition to the launch of our Ipswich office, 2017 has seen the firm again recognised by the independent Doyle’s Review with the Toowoomba office recognised as the only first tier firm on the Darling Downs and Western Queensland for 2017, the second successive year this recognition has been achieved.
The Brisbane office was also recognised as a recommended family law firm in the Review and individual recognition was achieved by a number of our solicitors.
With summer now behind us and hopefully some good rain for our farmers heading into the cooler months, we trust you will again enjoy this edition of Crossroads and we look forward to hearing from you with any feedback for future editions. – Reagan Wilson, Director

If you would like a printed copy please contact us at [email protected].

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 3

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 3

Our third edition of Crossroads is published with the annual sentiment of trying to understand how quickly another year passes and our thoughts turn to celebrating Christmas and enjoying the warmer months.

It also provides the opportunity to reflect on another year that seems to have passed in the blink of an eye, and look forward optimistically to what 2017 and beyond may hold.
On behalf of the entire Best Wilson Buckley Family Law team, we wish you good cheer and good health and prosperity heading into the festive season and 2017.
We look forward to seeing you again in the new year. – Reagan Wilson, Director

If you would like a printed copy please contact us at [email protected].

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 2

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 2

With winter now well and truly upon us, and with the change in our seasons bringing us closer to our fireplaces and out of our bitter cold westerlies, we release our second edition of the Family Law publication “Crossroads”.

From the generous feedback we received following our inaugural edition, we trust that our second edition similarly brings you articles of interest.

As our publication evolves, we will bring you more profiles of service providers within the specialised area of Family Law in which we practise and the businesses in our local community that we support.

We have a strong commitment to our clients, staff and our local community and we really do believe that “Local is Lovely”.

We look forward to seeing you in our future publications and trust that you will enjoy this edition. – Reagan Wilson, Director

If you would like a printed copy please contact us at [email protected].

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 1

CrossRoads Magazine Issue 1

It is with considerable excitement we launch our family law publication Crossroads.

Our magazine will be available on a quarterly basis both in printed form and electronically, and is intended to provide our readers with topical articles of interest and information relevant to the specialised area of family law in which we practice.

In recent months our firm has joined the Shine Group, and the synergy between our organisation and theirs is such that we now have the opportunity to develop the first truly nationalised specialised family law practice.

We trust that you find something of interest in our inaugural edition and would welcome any feedback you have including articles of interest you would like to see in future publications. – Reagan Wilson, Director

If you would like a printed copy please contact us at [email protected].

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