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Family Law

Navigate family law complexities with Jameson Law. Expert guidance on divorce, custody, and more. Contact us for compassionate legal support.

Dispute Resolution

Dispute Resolution in Family Law Proceedings

Mediation is a dispute resolution process where parties involved in a dispute are assisted by an independent third party to help them reach agreement. It is a general requirement that parties attend at mediation prior to undertaking Family Law proceedings although there are some exceptions and considerations. Not all cases are treated as suitable for mediation

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Urgent Recovery Order Application

Our solicitor, Mr. Christopher Alis, represented a 19-year-old mother in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia. The 19-year-old mother had recently separated from her 19-year-old partner, with whom she has a 2-year-old daughter. The father took the child to spend time with him; however, he never returned the child to the mother’s care.

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Transfer property without paying stamp duty

Stamp duty (also called transfer duty) is a substantial cost component of a property purchase, and if there’s any exemption or concession whatsoever you’d want to know about it! A transfer involves removing parties from the property title Here are the most common scenarios that you can transfer property without paying stamp duty: Transfers between

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Family Law 101

FAMILY LAW TOPICS FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION & ETHICS FOR FAMILY LAWYERS Dispute resolution in family law Family lawyers and professional ethics PROPERTY ON RELATIONSHIP  Property under FLA Property and the rights of third parties Discretion and process in matrimonial property disputes under FLA Kane & Kane MAINTENANCE AND PRIVATE ORDERING Maintenance Private ordering of property

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