What to do when you don't agree with your CSA assessment

What to do when the other parent minimises their income in a change of assessment with Child Support Agency ....

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Should you tell your employer about your break-up?

In some instances, sharing personal details at work may be to your benefit or deteriment ....

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4 important steps to take at work when you separate

What you need to share with your place of employment upon break-up ....

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Don't disturb the amicably separating couple

What you need to share with your place of employment upon break-up ....

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Divorce holidays and separation celebrations

Understanding the upward trend in marking a new life chapter ....

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When should your child celebrate your partner on Father's Day?

Three signs to look for before involving your partner in Father's Day celebrations Knowing when to recognise your partner on Father’s Day for your child can be tricky. The solution to this isn’t always clear cut....

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How to tell your child about your separation

Telling people about your separation is difficult and yet, informing your child makes it very ‘real.’ Knowing what to say and when to say it has so many variables depending on ...

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How to write an affidavit

Writing your affidavit can be an overwhelming. Knowing what to include, what the right layout is and the pressure that you put on yourself to make it perfect can make it difficult ...

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Can recorded phone calls be used as evidence?

There has been a long-standing Australian debate surrounding the use of recorded phone calls or video recordings as evidence in Family Court and local Court proceedings... To record or not to record sparks very different perspectives depending ...

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The benefits of moving post-separation

Moving at any time in your life can be stressful. “Adding children and separation to the move, the process can become more overwhelming,” ...

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