For separated families the additional stress and uncertainty brought about by COVID-19 has added an unwanted layer of complexity to resolving care arrangements and finalising property settlements. Now more than ever is the time to seek specialised family law advice to cut through complexity created by COVID-19.
Either you're in the driver's seat effecting the separation or you've been blindsided by the fact your relationship is over. Breaking up is hard to do...
You might think I had the “upper hand” throughout my separation and divorce because I am a family lawyer myself. Well, I can say that was not the case at all.
After 19 successful years at Tindall Gask Bentley Lawyers, it is with a mix of excitement, gratitude and sadness we farewell family law partner Jane Miller, who is to become a barrister.
In her time with us, Jane has proven herself to be a practitioner of the highest calibre – her keen legal mind, strategic view and compassion...
For many separating couples the writing was on the wall for some time and a final separation does not come as a complete surprise to either person.
Whether it was a gradual process over many months or years or a particular event that led to the separation both parties often agree that separation was inevitable.
Marriage isn’t only about love – there is a big legal aspect to it as well. TGB partner Rosemary Caruso explains the everyday impact of same-sex marriage for couples.
On December 7 2017 the Federal Government finally legalised same-sex marriage and the legislation commenced the following day.
Now that marriage equality...
Now that marriage equality is here, the question on the minds of many couples who married overseas will be: “Is our marriage recognised?”
The impact of a nasty divorce on children and former spouses is well known. But what about a good divorce? What does a good divorce look like and how do you do it?
For the first time, Australian researchers are looking into what it takes for couples with kids to separate well.
In this latest episode of “Surviving Separation”...
Australia’s Family Law Court is drowning under its workload. Such is the backlog that, in South Australia, our single Family Court judge and five of the six Federal Circuit Court judges are now listing trials for 2019
But why is it like this and what can people who are contemplating separation do to avoid this stress?...