Families migrate to Australia from overseas for a myriad of reasons – employment, education, etc. Many migrant families have the same primary motivation to move to a new country – a better life for themselves and their children. However, one of the risks in migration is that more often than not, families have limited financial and emotional support from extended family members.
What are the differences for de facto couples experiencing a separation in WA and in other states, or the differences for de facto couples and married couples in WA?
A discussion on when and how a Case Guardian should be appointed in a family law matter
When the Court has made an order in parenting matters, there are certain criteria the Court must consider before deciding to make any changes.
Update on COVID-19 and parenting arrangements
Parenting is challenging at the best of times. Our family lawyers at O’Sullivan Davies provide some general information in relation to parenting in the time of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The Family Law Section has compiled these TOP TEN suggestions to help separated parents navigate this difficult time. The full article can be found here.
Here is a useful link to a helpful article by one of our colleagues Jacky Campbell, in Melbourne, to help us all navigate through the COVID-19 crisis.
Find out more about the distinction between Family Reports and Expert Reports in Family Law proceedings.
The Role of the Independent Children’s Lawyer and Confidentiality in Family Law Proceedings. O’Sullivan Davies is a Perth family law firm which can assist you in your family law matters.