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By Amity Anderson | Binding Financial Agreements | Consent Orders | Videos
What are Binding Financial Agreements?
In this video, Legal Partner and Accredited Family Law Specialist, Amity Anderson discusses Binding Financial Agreements (BFA) and how they may be useful in your circumstance.
What are Consent Orders?
In this video, Legal Partner and Accredited Family Law Specialist, Amity Anderson discusses consent orders and how they may be useful in your circumstance.
By Amity Anderson | Spousal Maintenance | Videos
What is Spousal Maintenance?
In this video, Legal Partner and Accredited Family Law Specialist, Amity Anderson discusses spousal maintenance and how it may be applicable to your circumstance.
By Max Sutton | Podcasts | Separation
The “What Next” Factor
In this edition of “We Need to Talk,” Family Lawyer Max Sutton talks with Best Wilson Buckley, Director & Accredited Family Law Specialist, Kara Best on “what next” the following...
By Georgia Dight | Property settlements | Videos
What You Need to Know About Time Limits and Property Settlements
By Neal Wood | Parenting | Parenting matters | Videos
How to Prepare for a Family Report Interview
By Georgia Dight | Divorce | Parenting | Property settlements
Does Fault Matter in Family Law?
One of the most common misunderstandings when it comes to family law is that the conduct of a party has relevance to divorce, property settlement matters or parenting arrangements. In...
By Samantha Chai | Separation
The Do’s and Don’ts of Separating Respectfully
Separating respectfully or “consciously uncoupling” as it has been recently coined, is often more difficult than couples expect and, in reality, keeping things amicable is often easier said than done....
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