Family Law

A comprehensive publication assisting family law practice in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia.

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There are four comprehensive and easy to follow guides covering such topics as Divorce, Property Settlement, Children and Financial Agreements. These guides will support family law practitioners and assist them in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia.

Included within the Family Law publication are the valuable reference works, ‘101 Family Law Answers’ and 101 Subpoena Answers.

Through the use of detailed matter plans each guide sets out the typical flow of a matter from start to finish.

The Family law publication provides all of the commonly required precedents and forms for solicitors, including applications, affidavits and orders, plus correspondence. .

The guide covers all aspects of a Family Law matter, from negotiations prior to commencing proceedings to interim applications, then preparation and conduct of final hearings and enforcement. The commentary includes the conduct of interim hearings and conciliation conferences, together with tools for analysing contributions and s 75(2) factors.

Recent updates can be viewed at News & Updates, via the link above.

Some of the most popular precedents in this publication include:

  • Consent orders
  • Initial letter to client with costs agreement and copy letter to spouse
  • Initial pre-action letter to spouse
  • Financial agreement s 90C - After separation
  • Parenting plan
  • Affidavit - Separation under the one roof
  • Summary of assets and liabilities

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  • Comprehensive library of legal precedents and forms

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