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Publication - 21 Dec 18

Almost one year has passed since Australia voted “yes!” and saw the historic passing of the marriage equality laws on 9 December 2017. The long-awaited amendments to the Marriage Act 1961 now mean that a person’s sex or gender no longer affects their rights to marry under Australian law. These amendments... Read More

Publication - 21 Dec 18

The interaction of family law and wills and estates law after a person’s death can have significant consequences on the allocation of property between married and de facto couples. The two jurisdictions converge regularly, particularly in the areas of incapacity (guardianship and administration), family law maintenance, property division, trusts, superannuation,... Read More

News - 15 Dec 18

Lander & Rogers' national Family & Relationship Law practice has once again been recognised prominently in the 2019 rankings of Doyle’s Guide.  Lander & Rogers has been highlighted as a Leading Family & Divorce Law Firm in the guide with the firm ranked First Tier in Australia, the Melbourne team ranked First Tier, and... Read More

Publication - 14 Nov 18

A recent case has found that the Victorian IVF legislation treated married and de facto women differently.  This amounted to discrimination based on marital status which is prohibited by Commonwealth law. Read More

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