Family LawENG

This practical publication assists family law practices in matters of divorce, domestic agreements, domestic violence orders, financial remedy, and private child arrangements.

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Overview

This practical publication assists family law practices in matters of divorce, domestic agreements, domestic violence orders, financial remedy, and private child arrangements.

Through the use of detailed matter plans, each guide sets out the typical flow of a family law matter from start to finish, including the negotiations prior to commencing proceedings to interim applications, preparation and conduct of final hearings, and enforcement.

The family law publication provides all the commonly required precedents and forms for solicitors, including applications, affidavits, orders, and correspondence.

The guide covers all aspects of a family law matter, from negotiations prior to commencing proceedings to interim applications, then preparation and conduct of final hearings and enforcement.

Precedents provided with this publication include:

  • Consent orders;
  • Parenting plan;
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements;
  • Initial letters of advice to client;
  • Example content for witness statements.

The comprehensive Retainer Instructions ensures nothing is missed and the client is properly advised.

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