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Settlement Negotiations

The Importance of Affidavit Writing

by Kate Marr on June 20, 2016

Kate Marr

An Affidavit is a written document setting out the evidence of a particular person filed at court in support of orders sought in the proceedings.

Affidavits are required to be filed at different stages of court proceedings. If interim orders are sought, then an Affidavit is required to be filed at the time of filing the interim application or response. … Read more

What if Justice Ipp was a Family Lawyer?

by Peter Magee on May 30, 2016

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Justice Ipp was a former New South Wales Supreme Court Judge, who pioneered reforms with respect to civil liability in NSW with the release of the “Review of the law of negligence”, known as the Ipp Report (“the report”).

This report later formed the basis of what is now known in New South Wales as the Civil Liability Act. The … Read more

Cost Of Delaying Finalising Property Matters

by Natasha Heathcote on November 9, 2015

Natasha Heathcote

Separating with a long term partner can be emotionally challenging but you should consider finalising your property matters sooner rather than later to avoid it costing you later down the track.

Property negotiations can be confronting and hard to deal with soon after an emotional separation. However, it is important that parties are aware of the risk they run in … Read more