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Recording devices and family law: when can you record a conversation?

Australia - January 19 2017 It is increasingly common for separated spouses to record conversations involving their former spouse. This is often done in the hope that the other…

Craig Turvey, Justine Woods.

I won the lotto and it’s mine, mine, mine, mine, mine … or is it?

Australia, USA - July 17 2019 You might have recently seen the sad tale of Richard Zelasko, a man who celebrated winning $30 million in a US lotto draw after being separated from…

$9.87 million funding boost for family law services

Australia - August 18 2017 In a move to assist family law dispute resolution, Attorney-General George Brandis on behalf of the federal government has announced on Friday a $9.87…

Justine Woods.

3 myths about what family lawyers do explained

Australia - April 18 2018 So often I spend much of my first meeting with a client addressing various misconceptions they have: misconceptions about the law, misconceptions…

My ex has invited me to mediation - do I need to do mediation before I go to Court?

Australia - July 2 2019 If you and your former partner cannot agree on parenting arrangements for your children, you will need to go to a special type of mediation called…