How to tell your child about your separation

Telling people about your separation is difficult and yet, informing your child makes it very ‘real.’ Knowing what to say and when to say it has so many variables depending on ...

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How to write an affidavit

Writing your affidavit can be an overwhelming. Knowing what to include, what the right layout is and the pressure that you put on yourself to make it perfect can make it difficult ...

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Can recorded phone calls be used as evidence?

There has been a long-standing Australian debate surrounding the use of recorded phone calls or video recordings as evidence in Family Court and local Court proceedings... To record or not to record sparks very different perspectives depending ...

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The benefits of moving post-separation

Moving at any time in your life can be stressful. “Adding children and separation to the move, the process can become more overwhelming,” ...

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8 steps to introducing a new partner to your child

If you could have some guidance around a better process to introducing your new partner to your child would you accept the direction? Read on if ...

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The law and an opinion around introducing your new love interest to your child

New love is exciting. So exciting that you want to share it with everyone! However, is it really the right decision to introduce ...

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Why you should avoid dating while newly separated

Every person’s separation journey is unique to them. Everyone takes a different amount of time to grieve the loss of their relationship and the future that will no longer be as they envisaged. Recovering ...

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6 reasons why a fast divorce is a good divorce

Debt. No one likes having it. Debt doesn’t disappear. Owing someone or an organisation money can weigh heavily upon you and your budget ...

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Divorce effects employee productivity by over 50%: The effects of divorce on the workplace

Knowing if an employee was expecting to divorce and scheduling it with work deadlines, staffing levels and budgeting for it would be ideal for a business. Unfortunately, this doesn’t happen and the effects a ...

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Debt and Divorce: what debt means for you and how to handle it

Debt. No one likes having it. Debt doesn’t disappear. Owing someone or an organisation money can weigh heavily upon you and your budget ...

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