3 Crucial Grounds for the Successful Application for Divorce

Posted on: 15 June 2019

There is a misconception among married couples that when one spouse cheats on the other, physically abuse them, or doesn't pay attention to them anymore, then that is ground enough for divorce. However, this is a misplaced belief, and most spouses end up disappointed when they find out that Australian family court operates under a no-fault regime. It means that when deciding a divorce case, the courts don't consider the fault or guilt of either of the spouses. [Read More]

Top 4 Things Your Divorce Lawyer Wants You To Know

Posted on: 23 May 2019

In matters of divorce, it's always best to have a qualified and experienced attorney on your side. For a smooth attorney-client relationship and to get the best value out of working with an attorney, there are a number of things that you will need to bear in mind. 1.    You Do Actually Need A Lawyer You can always choose not to get professional help and go through the process alone. [Read More]

Compensation from an airline company: What can you claim?

Posted on: 19 November 2018

When you're aboard an aircraft, the airline operators and staff are responsible for ensuring your safety during the trip. If you obtain an injury while aboard the aircraft, you may be eligible for compensation from the airline operator. Airlines have a duty to provide a safe environment for passengers during their trip. Any injuries from accidents, slips and falls, or luggage in the airplane can cause both physical and mental harm to passengers. [Read More]

How to Present Yourself in Family Court

Posted on: 27 July 2016

If you have to appear in a Family Court, it is likely you are dealing with a legal issue such as divorce or child custody which can cause extreme emotions and reactions. However, you should be aware that your behaviour in Court can have an impact on the eventual outcome of the case. Below are 4 ways you can best present yourself in Court. Wear appropriate clothing It is important that the clothing you wear shows respect towards the Court. [Read More]