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How Much Spousal Maintenance Am I Entitled To?

After the breakdown of a marriage or a de facto relationship a person may find themselves in a weak financial position after the financial support once provided to them is withdrawn or decreased. This change in financial support can leave a person in a situation where they are unable to support themselves. Additional circumstances may […]

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Child Support Obligations

Despite parties severing all ties after separation or divorce as parents they have an ongoing obligation to support their children financially until, in most cases, the child reaches 18. This obligation is governed by the Child Support (Assessment) Act, and administered by the Child Support Agency (CSA). Assessment Either parent or a non-parent carer can […]

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To disclose or not to disclose, where is the question?

Chapter 13 of Family Law Rules 2004 deals with the duty of disclosure. Pursuant to Rule 13.01, parties in family law negotiations are obliged to make full and frank disclosure of their financial circumstances in a timely manner. The duty of disclosure is an ongoing duty. Parties must disclose all relevant documents and continue to […]

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4 New Year Resolutions that will change your 2016

Happy belated New Year from all of us at Leach Legal. We have built a fantastic team and I have spent some time over the break thinking about how I can continue to grow and improve personally and professionally.   Working on the “Keep it Simple Stupid” principal, I have identified four things that I […]

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