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Publication - 19 Sep 14

A subpoena is a legal document issued by a court at the request of someone who is a party to a case. It compels the person receiving it to produce documents or give evidence at a hearing or trial.  In this article, we look at what to do if you... Read More

Publication - 30 Jul 13

Australian superannuation laws apply to both married and de facto couples, including same sex couples. Superannuation is treated just like any other asset in a marriage or de facto relationship. When a couple separates, superannuation can be divided up and shared between the separating parties. Read More

Publication - 02 Oct 13

  *Quick links: * Who is liable to pay child support?[#liable] The Child Support Assessment Formula[#formula] Child Support Agreements[#agreements]  Binding vs limited child support agreements[#types] Further information[#further]   Who is liable to pay child support? If you and your partner (including same-sex partners) have children and subsequently separate or divorce, the partner who has primary care of the... Read More