Monthly Archives: March 2015

Top 10 Tips for Parenting Post-separation

Post Image

Whilst a family breakup can be sad and difficult, it does not need to be catastrophic. Life goes on after all. And some families even manage to thrive and grow after separation. Unfortunately, parenting post-separation is not always straight forward. When parents can’t manage their new relationship as separated parents positively it is ultimately the […]

Continue Reading...

What Does the Act Say? Navigating Protection Orders

Post Image

Our last blog covered the legal options open to domestic violence victims to ensure that they are protected. The most important form of protection is the protection order. It is important to understand the contents of a protection order so that you know the parameters of your protection. They can be broken down as follows:- […]

Continue Reading...

What Does the Act Say? – Protection for Domestic Violence Victims

Post Image

Over the last two weeks we have covered the circumstances that will constitute domestic violence by exploring the definitions of domestic violence and the categories of relationships that are included in the Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 2012 (“the Act”). You can find both of these articles at http://matthewlovefamilylawyers.com.au/latest-news/. There are several legal options […]

Continue Reading...

What Does the Act Say? Domestic Violence & Relevant Relationships

Post Image

Last week’s blog article covered the various definitions of domestic violence under the Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 2012 (“the Act”). You can read that article at: http://matthewlovefamilylawyers.com.au/the_definition_of_domestic_violence/. However, domestic violence is also restricted to certain relationships which the Act calls “relevant relationships”. Whilst the term “relevant relationships” is quite a harsh term, the […]

Continue Reading...
close
Facebook Iconfacebook like buttontwitter follow buttonSee our ProfileSee our Profile