family-law Blog

When you and your partner decide to divorce or separate, the decision affects every member of your family. It is a distressing time for all of you – and children may find it hard to understand. While you can't avoid your child experiencing some sadness, there are steps you can take to make the process as easy on them as possible. 

Make sure your children know they are loved  

It is very important that children understand you are not divorcing them and that both parents still love them as much as before. Children may blame themselves – particularly younger children – or believe they must...

Hiring a Local Lawyer Versus a Big City Firm

There are a number of benefits to choosing to work with a local law firm that is close to home and familiar with the community you live in. In this article, we discuss with one of our senior...

How to Begin the Divorce Process

We understand that considering filing for divorce comes with a number of questions and concerns. How long do I need to wait before I can file? How long does the process take? One of our senior...

Unto death do us part, or maybe not?

Whilst a former divorced spouse is an eligible person in NSW to make a family provision claim against the estate of a deceased spouse (section 57 Succession Act 2006), generally speaking such...