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Can I finalise property settlement without getting a divorce?

Can I finalise property settlement without getting a divorce?

After separation or divorce, things can get confusing and sometimes overwhelming. There are often several family law processes all happening at the same time, and many of these will have timeframes you need to be mindful of and adhere to. In this article, we specifically look at the process of how divorce intersects with property settlement.
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Paternity tests to prove parentage in family law matters

Paternity tests to prove parentage in family law matters

A DNA paternity test can be performed where there is a dispute about who the child’s parents are. Most commonly, disputes can arise about who the father is in the context of child support. However, it is also common to see an application for DNA paternity testing in family law proceedings where a party is seeking to spend time with a child.
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The effect of family violence orders on parenting orders

The effect of family violence orders on parenting orders

With parenting disputes that end up in Court, the Court will take into consideration any family violence orders to ensure it makes safe, reasonable, and effective parenting orders. In this article, we explore family law matters where family violence orders intersect with parenting orders.
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The effect of family violence orders on property settlement

The effect of family violence orders on property settlement

In most cases, the marital conduct of either party is not considered to be relevant to the division of property after separation. In some instances, however, family violence can impact the outcome of a property settlement.
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