Illegal phoenix schemes are under the microscope with ASIC. A Director and two pre-insolvency advisors have been charged.
Separating from your spouse or de-facto partner is one of the most emotional and stressful times in anyone’s life. Not only is the change in lifestyle difficult and upsetting, wondering how your property settlements are going to be finalised is [...]
Every May, we are given the opportunity to raise community awareness and to support the message that domestic and family violence is unacceptable in our community. At BTLawyers, we are passionate about assisting our clients who are impacted by or [...]
What does it mean to have a duty of disclosure? Once you and your ex-partner decide to settle your family law matters, you are both obligated to provide full and frank disclosure of your financial circumstances to each other. [...]
Despite having either a Parenting Plan or Consent Orders in place, one parent can still refuse to return a child to the other parent at the conclusion of their allocated time. A parent may even go so far as [...]
Trying to agree on care arrangements for your children after separation can feel overwhelming, especially when trying to decide who has the children for school holidays, Christmas Holidays, Easter Holidays, Birthdays and Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. In the [...]
Whilst not the most romantic topic to discuss or think about around Valentine’s Day, taking steps to finalise your property settlement might be the best gift you can give yourself this year. Finalising these issues will give you a sense [...]
BTLawyers is making a stance in supporting fundamental women’s rights, with a substantial donation to Children by Choice. Over the last few months BTLawyers have been fundraising to support Children by Choice, a non-profit organisation committed to providing unbiased information [...]
By Georgia Dalton, BTLawyers Family Law Solicitor Last week, the Federal Government introduced the long overdue Family Law Amendment (Family Violence and Cross-examination of Parties) Bill 2018 into the House of Representatives, implementing a ban on perpetrators of domestic violence [...]
This weekend is Mother’s Day. And as a separated father, special occasions like Mother’s Day can often be a cause of stress, rather than a cause for celebration. But it doesn't have to be.