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10 year anniversary-Vicki DeBonis

10 year anniversary

Congratulations to Vicki De Bonis for her 10 year anniversary with Solari and Stock!
As a licensed conveyancer, Vicki’s expertise and dedication have made her a valuable member of our team.
Thank you, Vicki, for your outstanding contributions and here’s to many more successful years together!

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Check your Child Support Assessment!

We suggest that you carefully review and consider any correspondence that you received from the Child Support Agency/ Services Australia in relation to your Child Support Assessment and make sure that the information in your assessment is correct.

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Kirstin Attard-Child Related Proceedings involving children

what to expect from a Family Lawyer at Solari and Stock

In part 1 of this video, Kirstin covers the way the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia deals with matters involving children. Stay tuned for Part 2, where Kirstin discusses what to expect on your first day in Court with your child related matter.

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How are child-related proceedings managed in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia?

How are child-related proceedings managed in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia?

In 2006, the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia’s (FCFCOA) case management and trial process for matters involving children was amended with the insertion of Division 12A into the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) (FLA). This applies to any proceedings concerning childrens matters and has resulted in a system that is less formal and less legally technical for those matters.

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How much child support do I have to pay?

How much child support do I have to pay?

The child support calculator estimates how much child support you pay or receive if you are an Australian separated parent. It applies the basic formula, as defined by the Department of Human Services, Child Support (“DOHS”).

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Can I prevent my child from travelling overseas after family separation?

Can I prevent my child from travelling overseas after family separation?

Some parents may worry that their former partner who wishes to travel overseas with their child will not return. In these circumstances, a parent may file an urgent application to the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia prohibiting the child from travelling overseas. This article will explore the orders that the Court can make to prevent a parent from traveling overseas with their child following separation.

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Land Tax Exemption Changes

Infographic Land Tax Exemption Changes

From 1 February 2024,
a person is not entitled to a principal place of residence exemption in relation to a property, unless all the persons who use and occupy the property as their principal place of residence together own at least a 25% interest in the property.

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Changes to Eligibility for Land Tax Exemption for Principal Place of Residence

Changes to eligibility for land tax exemption for principal place of residence

On 19 September 2023, and as a result of the NSW Government’s 23/24 Budget, the Treasury and Revenue Legislation Amendment Bill 2023 (NSW) was introduced into Parliament which introduced changes to the Land Tax Management Act 1956 (NSW) which changes the eligibility for the land tax exemption relating to a person’s principal place of residence, where only one of the co-owners occupies the property.

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Video: Shweta Kumar-What is Parental Responsibility?

In this video Shweta Kumar discusses parental responsibility, what it means and what it involves; it’s the authority to make decisions about your children relating to their care, welfare and their development.

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Only Two Months to Christmas!

2 months till Christmas-National Deadline FCFCOA

As we are getting closer to the end of the year, if you are a separated parent, you might want to make sure that you have already started talking to your Ex about arrangements for the school holidays and that you have some agreement about the upcoming Christmas school holidays.

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