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1842 reasons not to text your ex

1842 reasons not to text your ex

Late last year, I wrote a blog post warning of the dangers of using social media to attack your ex and the impact that it could have on your family law custody and parenting case. I also warned of the…

Want shared custody?  Avoid these 5 things!

Want shared custody? Avoid these 5 things!

Many family law clients want to be able to have their children in their care for an equal amount of time as the other parent – colloquially ‘shared custody’. However, those same parents often make mistakes that make it difficult…

Up up and away for the holidays?

Up up and away for the holidays?

Do I need a court order to take my children overseas? Bags packed for your big holiday? Kids excited? Got your passports? Travel permission from the kids’ other parent? Hang on – he signed the passport applications so I don’t…

Facebook and Family Law

Facebook and Family Law

Social media in family law is a minefield Earlier this week it was reported that a father, who was unable to locate the mother to serve family law documents, was granted an order to serve her via Facebook Messenger. Use…

I am proud to be a family lawyer

I am proud to be a family lawyer

I am a lawyer. A family lawyer. A proud family lawyer. I do not apologise for my career. I worked really hard to get that admission certificate. I was the first person in my family to go to University. We…

Spend a week in my shoes, Senator Hanson

Spend a week in my shoes, Senator Hanson

Controversial Senator Pauline Hanson’s recent attack on our Family Law system made headlines but now I’m inviting Ms Hanson to spend a week experiencing life at the sharp end of family law. I have a challenge to Ms Hanson- Rather…

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