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News - 12 Dec 19

Lander & Rogers' national Family & Relationship Law practice has once again been recognised prominently in Doyle's Guide for 2020. The group has been ranked a leading First Tier Family & Divorce Law Firm in Australia. Several of our lawyers have been recognised as the preeminent, leading and recommended family law... Read More

Publication - 26 Sep 19

Aside from the typical real properties held in individual names, interests held in corporations, in partnership, business interests, superannuation, and trusts may all be included when dealing with property settlements and financial issues in family law matters. The list is endless. Read More

News - 02 Jul 18

Today marks an exciting moment in Lander & Rogers history as our largest ever intake of senior promotions start their new leadership roles and Genevieve Collins commences as the firm’s new Chief Executive Partner. In celebration of our leadership journey, we would like to share a short video that captures insights... Read More

Publication - 20 Mar 18

Many families decide to move abroad and become expatriates for an amount of time. Sadly, separations can and do occur while overseas. Written in conjunction with online relationship resource DivorceAnswered.com.au, we provide some advice for Australian couples living overseas and who are going through a divorce. Read More

Publication - 16 Nov 17

If your marriage or de facto relationship breaks down, the outcome of your property settlement can be significantly affected by tax and stamp duty consequences. Understanding which taxes and duties may apply is important when negotiating your property settlement. Read More

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