family-law Blog

The end of a long-term relationship can be an emotional and traumatic time, but there are often legal and practical formalities to take into account. 

Even if the relationship with your partner ended on amicable terms, it‘s important that both parties receive a fair share of the assets you shared, including property. De facto property settlement can be a tricky field to navigate, especially if one party contributed more financially to the assets.

What is a de facto relationship?

If you have lived with your partner in a genuine domestic arrangement for more than two years, you are considered...

Understanding adoption law in NSW


Adoption is a daunting, emotional and lengthy legal process. It can be very expensive and it often takes several years to finally achieve the outcome you desire – but at the end of it all, your...

Resources for couples going through a tough time

From bushfires and pandemics to self-isolation and working from home, 2020 thrown massive challenges at all of us. The uncertainty surrounding these unprecedented times has caused anxiety and...

Practical ways to repair a relationship

Modern life has more stresses than any time in human society. On top of that, 2020 has been one of the most difficult years in living history, first with bushfires and now with Covid-19.