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Publication - 04 Dec 14

You and your former partner might have separated, but in the eyes of the law you still share rights and responsibilities for your children. For same-sex couples with children conceived through assisted reproduction technology, separating can raise particular issues around who is legally considered to be the parents of their child.  In... Read More

Publication - 30 Jun 14

The breakdown of an ex-pat relationship requires a careful approach to managing legal issues. If you or your partner lives overseas or has significant overseas assets and you are in the process of separating, it’s a good idea to be aware of some of the key things that you will... Read More

Publication - 30 Jun 14

Financial agreements (or, as they are colloquially known, “Binding Financial Agreements”) have been available to Australian married couples for many years. In 2009, the option was extended to cover those in de facto relationships, including same sex relationships. This means that all Australian couples can plan and document arrangements in... Read More

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