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News - 09 Apr 19

We are proud to share that partners Collette McFawn and Daniel Proietto have been shortlisted as finalists in this year’s Lawyers Weekly Partner of the Year Awards. Collette is shortlisted for Family Law and Daniel is shortlisted for Workplace Relations. The Partner of the Year Awards showcases outstanding performance by partners across... Read More

News - 08 Apr 19

When it comes to children, arrangements for their care following a separation are determined according to what is in their best interests. Unfortunately, the position in relation to who retains pets after a separation is far less certain. Given the rise of pet ownership in Australia, and their cherished and beloved position... Read More

Publication - 24 Jan 19

Recent reports on the wealth that MacKenzie Bezos may walk away with following her divorce from Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos, may leave you wondering how property settlements in Australia are decided — especially when a business is involved. In this article, Rachell Davey and Cheryl Chua discuss what the Court takes... Read More

Publication - 18 Jan 19

Relationship separations that occur overseas can place a large amount of pressure on expatriate couples, especially if one person has relocated internationally to support their spouse. It is not uncommon for one party to find themselves without access to funds required for day-to-day living expenses, as well as struggling to... 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

News - 12 Oct 18

Lander & Rogers is very proud to announce that a further two lawyers in our Family & Relationship Law team have become accredited family law specialists with the Law Institute of Victoria. This is a fantastic achievement for Kepler Ryan and Claire Walczak, and reflects the high quality expertise and insight... Read More

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