Posts Tagged “finance”


Powerless Child Support

(Opinion) My frustration is rising. Child support debt is mounting and there is nothing that can be done about it. I am the recipient parent of child support. The paying parent...

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Saving Time and Money With Your Lawyer at The First Consultation

Be as prepared as possible to make the most of your time with your lawyer - by improving the efficiency of the information transfer, you will have more time to get the answers you need...

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Child Support Is A Right

Children do not grow on sunshine, fresh air and water alone. They cost money to raise and grow into amazing people. Child support is an entitlement for children aged 0 – 18 years and in a divorced/separated situation and calculated with considerations to the number of nights spent with each parent. In recent years, the …

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How Old Should Your Children Be Before Breaking Up or Divorcing?

The short answer is, there is no right answer. Regardless of whether you break up before your child is four, fourteen or forty, there are benefits and pitfalls to breaking up with children at all ages. Below are a few considerations… Young children (aged 0-11) PRO * Too young to know any different type …

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When to Consult a Barrister

Have you thought of bypassing a lawyer and starting with a barrister? It is possible. First and foremost, fill out the Divorce Answered Separation Statement. For a small fee, the form will save you hundreds of dollars in your first appointment (with your legal counsel) and assist in writing your affidavit submission. As you can…

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Financial Settlement and Your Property

“Possession is 9/10 of the law.” This common saying is largely true when it comes to property and divorce. First and foremost, do not succumb to pressures from your ex-partner to sell your home. It is really important that you consider the items below and consult your lawyer before putting your house on the market,…

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To Court Or Not To Court

The 2014 divorce statistics continue to be staggering according to Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). It found that 46,498 individuals were granted divorce that year and divorces involving children represent a staggering 47% equating to 40,152 children affected (or 1.8 children per marriage). How many of these divorces went to court or were settled out…

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