Adoption

Adopting a child If you're considering adopting a child, you may wonder how this interplays with family law and your parenting rights. Each state and territory have their respective laws…

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Best Family Lawyers in Brisbane

Cudmore Legal Family Lawyers Brisbane is a family law firm based in Brisbane. We are an exclusive family law firm helping clients in, divorce, separation, child living arrangements, property, parenting…

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Family Lawyers Brisbane Northside

We have many Brisbane Northside locations. Our Brisbane North family law firm perfectly understands the family struggles people go through. To most, the emotional stress is unbearable. It's for this reason that we do whatever we can to minimise the legal process's uncertainty and stress.

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What are the best apps for separated parents?

For harmonious and healthy co-parenting, separated or divorced couples need to communicate effectively for the sake of their children, before their relationship reaches a comfortable balance, they must figure out a way to get in touch with each other in a way that doesn't affect the calmness and stability of their children. The management of multiple daily schedules poses a challenge for parents who do not live together. At times, even the most polite and peaceful separated parents may find it hard to manage their time when it comes to staying updated about their children's needs and schedules.

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Family Lawyers Brisbane Reviews

Cudmore Legal has a large number of independent reviews of our family lawyers. We've included some of them here See more reviews on Cudmore Legal Family Lawyers Brisbane Google Page…

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Alternative Dispute Resolution

Disputes after relationships end are uncomfortable but are a regular part of the separation process. If you have previously done some research on Alternative Dispute Resolution, you may have noticed that there are a lot of different types of Alternative Dispute Resolution.

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Cost of a Will

The cost of a will can vary depending on how you wish to make your will. A Will kit is under $100, a Simple Will with a solicitor or lawyer can be from $500 - $800 (including an enduring power of attorney). A wider estate plan may be from $1000 depending on your needs.

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How to do a property settlement yourself

Virtually all property you’ve accumulated during your marriage should be included for division between the parties. We can help you gather everything you need.To make sure you get what you are entitled to the first step is to know what’s really in the property pool. To do this you need to gather any documents related to your assets or liabilities.

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How to negotiate a property settlement

Depending on the size of the asset pool and your ex's cooperation, a judge working out how property gets split is usually not going to be an excellent outcome for either party. The best result is by a negotiated settlement with the assistance of an experienced family lawyer, and this avoids the cost and uncertainty of court orders.

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5 tips to reduce the emotional and legal costs of divorce and separation

Going through a divorce is likely going to be the most difficult time of your life. Divorce doesn't need to be the most expensive or emotionally draining thing you do if you approach it right. You don't want your divorce costing more than your wedding, and while the loss of a relationship is akin to the death of a loved one, there is tactics that can help lessen the blow both emotionally and financially.

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Can your child’s particular health condition – impact your child custody arrangements?

In disputes over custody, sometimes the central issue in dispute can be a particular child's health concern. Often, the child's primary carer has been responsible for seeing specialists, dealing with the treatment for the health condition and administering medication. While one parent might have intimate knowledge of a particular state, the other parent might not be so knowledgeable.

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