Use (and abuse) of social media is becoming more prevalent in court cases including in family law cases. Evidence in Court Cases Evidence obtained via social media is becoming increasingly common in family law proceedings. Evidence obtained from sources such as Facebook and Twitter can sometimes provide...

A common question I hear from family law clients is: I have recently separated from my partner and I wish to have equal time with the children.  How do I get equal care of the children? It is not an "automatic right" of the parent to get...

There are two types of Intervention Orders for personal protection- family violence and personal safety. Family violence orders or Intervention Orders are applied for in situations which have involved actual violence or the threat of family violence. Where personal safety is involved, it can include situations like...

Intervention Orders - What to do if you are served with one Breaching an intervention order is a criminal offence, with a maximum penalty of 2 years imprisonment or a fine up to $24,000, or both Many intervention order matters will arise out of a related...