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File divorce in USA or in India
I got married in India 10 years ago, me and my wife lived in US with my 5 years son. Around 6 months me and and my wife are separated, she went back to India and i live in USA. From last one year, we fought on small things and our mutual understanding also finished. Now i make...
Outcome of my final hearing
It's been over a month since my final hearing, so now may be a good time to do a short write up.BackgroundAs a background, I have one child, a 6.5 year old boy, and I had never married nor been domecile with the mother. However I spent substantial time with the mother at her r...
Parenting orders and the road ahead - negotiating consent orders
Hi, all.I'm quite new to this forum but have thus far found the questions and experiences posted here immensely helpful.My partner is the applicant and a self-represented litigant in a case for parenting orders. The process is far more daunting than either of us could have pre...
Contravention Application
Hi Guys, I'm baaaaack!Unfortunately I've arrived at a point where I have to file a contravention application. I foresee a Final Order App for sole care and/or relocation in the not so distant future.In respect the contravention application - if a serious breach is found by the...
Parental alienation
I recall sometime ago, maybe 2-3 years, reading about a decision in the Victorian Family Court to award sole care to the mother because she had turned their good relationship with the father against him to such an extent that the children now hated him. Hence the court felt it...
I want to change my childs surname so its the same as mine
I am a single mother and my ex husband only sees my child every 7/8 weeks. Hes suppose to see her once a week on a sunday but ge doesnt.I want to change her surname so its the same as mine. Im facing a lot of problems when I travel out of the country with her. I get stopped an...
Family Law in more modern relationship styles
Although I am a natural tight-ass I have always told my partner I would help her any-way within my power to get through life. For 3 years we lived in the same suburb where she spent no more than 26 weeks per year at my home while taking a week breakat a time where we would sle...
Can my wife claim some of my business if she had no interest in it?
my wife has no financial interest in my business but its all I own, and we live at the business which is a commercial property, I started this company when we were separated another time so how can she claim anything?
Property Settlement - What would be the percentage split
My wife and I are in the process of separation and want to work out the property settlement ourselves. Her solicitor has suggested that the settlement could be up to 70% in her favour.Would someone please advise what the split is likely to be with the following info.House: Ful...
Help finding Byrne and Byrne
Apologies for the double post but I can't work out how to add another comment to my previous post.I have read this regarding recording of phone conversations for family law matters:Read Byrne & Byrne, for the definitive on the use of recordings in Family Court proceedings (and...
Chronology for Final hearing
I have my final hearing coming up very soon. I am required to file the following -1.            a case outline setting out:a)      a precise minute of the final orders sought;b)      a relevant chronology;c)      a list of affidavits and applications and/or responses intended ...
need some help and advice
brief story, left a very abusive controlling woman and my son, moved back to the UK from Sydney to the UK as I had no family. I tried my hardest to stay in the marriage for my sons sake but even appeasing her but nothing worked.  I even tried wearing headphones around her but ...

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