Alternative Ways to Settle Disputes in Family Law

28 December 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

Going to court is often the last resort when it comes to settling disputes, especially in family law. Litigation can be time-consuming, expensive, and emotionally draining for all parties involved. Fortunately, alternative paths can help families settle their disputes without going to court. This blog post will discuss some of these options and the benefits of choosing an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) method. Mediation Mediation is one of the most popular types of ADR. Read More 

A Guide On Australian Family Law

29 August 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

The Australian Family Law aims to resolve issues that arise from family relationships. However, most people do not comprehend the various aspects of the Family Law Act. The blog below explains some of the essential features of the act.  Marital Contracts  In Australia, couples can draft contracts to determine how they can settle their marriage affairs in case of divorce. These contracts can be drafted before the marriage (prenuptial) or after the union (postnuptial). Read More 

A Guide On Debt Collection Agencies

6 July 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

Bad debts can bring down your business. However, most business people find themselves in a dilemma of whether or not they should hire debt collections services to push clients to pay their debts. Below is an extensive article detailing the benefits of hiring a debt collection agency and what to consider when engaging the service. What are The Benefits of Debt Collection Agencies?  Engaging a debt collection agency shows the bad debtor that you are willing to go to all lengths to recover the debt. Read More 

What Impacts the Severity of a DUI Driving Offense?

23 February 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you're currently awaiting your court date for a DUI driving offense, you are probably really worried about what the penalties and consequences of your case are going to be. As you might know, the courts often take DUI cases very seriously, so this might be why you're concerned. The magistrate that you go in front of on your court date will probably look at a few different things when handling sentencing. Read More 

What to Do When Your Child Refuses to See the Other Parent

5 November 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

Children refuse to see a parent for a number of reasons, and when a divorcing couple is caught up in a court case or custody dispute, having the child suddenly say they don't want to see one of the parents anymore can make things much more complicated. In Australia, courts don't have to listen to people under the age of 18, but they may choose to take the child's claims into account depending on the maturity level of the child – not the age, but the maturity level, and it is possible for the court to actually follow the child's wishes. Read More