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Felicity Reeman

On 24 September 2015, the federal Government gave $100 million in funding to combat domestic violence in Australia. The funding, whilst inevitably not enough, is most certainly a step in the right direction in the war against violence women.

It beggars belief, however, that our modern nation is compelled to dedicate such extensive resources towards fighting domestic violence. How have … Read more

The Great School Debate

by Amelia Trotman on December 11, 2015

Amelia Trotman

I’ve recently had to face the rather significant decision of where to send my eldest child to school next year. It was a difficult process even when my husband and I are were relatively ‘on the same page’. Something that could only be made more difficult in separated families.

The Courts are often required to make Orders in relation to … Read more

Peter Magee

In an online article published on Ninemsn.com on 23 January 2014, Ms Natasha Lee discusses the Federal Government endorsement of a $20 million trial that will see newlyweds provided with $200 vouchers enabling them to attend counselling or educative courses. This trial is scheduled to begin on 1 July this year in an attempt to save unsteady marriages by encouraging … Read more