Changing or Setting Aside Property Orders

Changing or Setting Aside Property Orders

Property Orders are typically very difficult to change or set aside in the absence of an agreement. There are basically only five circumstances in which the Court may be persuaded to change property Orders. These circumstances are: Both parties consent – in this...
Property Orders

Property Orders

Property orders are typically very difficult to change or set aside in the absence of an agreement. There are basically only five circumstances in which the Court may be persuaded to change property Orders.  These circumstances are: Both parties consent –...
Non-Compliance or Breach of Court Orders

Non-Compliance or Breach of Court Orders

Frequently in Family Law matters, a circumstance arises where one party fails to comply with, or abide by, Orders. The Court imposes an onus on each party to comply with Orders, unless there is an agreement to vary or until the Orders are changed by the Court. Hence,...
Going to Court

Going to Court

Both the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court are located in the Commonwealth Law Courts Building on the corner of George and O’Connell Streets, Parramatta (directly opposite Parramatta Park). Arriving at Court When you first arrive at Court you will have to...
Child Support

Child Support

Child support legislation was first introduced in 1989. The effect of the legislation was to change the calculation of child support from Court determined and payee collected, to an amount calculated by a mathematical formula and collected by the Child Support Agency...