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The Family Law Book was published in Melbourne in 2009 as an online and loose-leaf service in one volume designed to give family lawyers quick and easy access to all family law, procedure, forms and precedents.
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May 2013 edition of eNews for parents
The May 2013 newsletter published by the Department of Human Services contains articles about: National Families Week, the Paid Parental Leave Comparison Estimator, more ways to sign up to eHealth records and the Saver Plus program.
A link to that newsletter is available to our subscribers at our online members' Practice News..
Latest winner of our new Moët Award
Congratulations (and a bottle of Moët & Chandon) go to Dean Foley senior associate at Murdoch Lawyers, Brisbane, Qld.
Dean’s contribution was in response to a “legal help” reply of ours to the effect that proceedings alleging contravention of a parenting order enables an application under s 70NBA to vary the order subject to Rice & Asplund. Dean arg..
New federal judicial complaints handling process commences
Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus QC yesterday (12 April 2013) welcomed improved processes for the handling of complaints about federal judicial officers.
An edited version of this release is available to subscribers at our online members' Practice News.
New web tool translates family law into plain language
Federal Magistrates Court of Australia re-named as the Federal Circuit Court of Australia
The following notice was published today (5 April 2013) by the FMC.
The Federal Circuit Court of Australia Legislation Amendment Act 2012 amended the Federal Magistrates Act 1999
and other l..
Family Court Bulletin - December 2012 edition out now
A link to the above is available for our subscribers at our online members' Practice News.
The Family Court has launched its first Twitter account.
A six month pilot will be held to test the effectiveness of using Tw..
This site, at our Members' Home Page, contains the Family Court Act 1997 (WA) and all data and documentation from the website of the Family Court of Western Australia, including WA procedure, forms, fees and some precedents. Our members also receive live links to all practice and other notices published by the Family Court of Western Australia as soon as they issue.
At our Members' Home Page, our members may click below fo..
On 1 March 2009 the Family Law Act was amended to provide for financial matters arising out of the breakdown of de facto relationships and other measures.
The Family Law Amendment (De Facto Financial Matters and Other Measures) Act 2008 applies to all States and Territories except Western Australia, as they are yet to refer their power to deal with such matters to the Commonwealth. South Australia referred its de facto powers on 1 July 2..