FAQs matching Marriage and Civil Partnerships

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What makes an overseas marriage valid?

Practice Areas: Marriage and Civil Partnerships, Family Law

In order for a marriage solemnised overseas to be valid in Australia, the marriage must conform to the legal requirements of the country in which the marriage...

Are marriages involving a transgender person valid?

Practice Areas: Marriage and Civil Partnerships

The question of the validity of a marriage involving a person who underwent a transition was considered by the Full Court of the Family Court in the matter...

Are marriages involving a transgender person valid?

Practice Areas: Marriage and Civil Partnerships

The question of the validity of a marriage involving a person who underwent a transition was considered by the Full Court of the Family Court in the matter...

Are marriages involving a transgender person valid?

Practice Areas: Marriage and Civil Partnerships

The question of the validity of a marriage involving a person who underwent a transition was considered by the Full Court of the Family Court in the matter...

What types of trusts may be void for interfering with a marriage (or family relationship)?

Practice Areas: Marriage and Civil Partnerships, Equity & Trusts, Family Provisions

Trusts which are created disturbing the welfare of a marriage will usually be considered as void. So for example, a trust instrument that is created requiring...

What types of trusts may be void for interfering with a marriage (or family relationship)?

Practice Areas: Marriage and Civil Partnerships, Equity & Trusts, Family Provisions

Trusts which are created disturbing the welfare of a marriage will usually be considered as void. So for example, a trust instrument that is created requiring...

What types of trusts may be void for interfering with a marriage (or family relationship)?

Practice Areas: Marriage and Civil Partnerships, Equity & Trusts, Family Provisions

Trusts which are created disturbing the welfare of a marriage will usually be considered as void. So for example, a trust instrument that is created requiring...

When can a couple share their parental leave entitlements?

Practice Areas: Employment Law - Worker Perspective, Industrial Relations, Children, Marriage and Civil Partnerships

First and foremost, in order for a couple to be able to share their leave entitlements, they must actually be able to do so under the unpaid parental leave...

When can binding financial agreements be set aside?

Practice Areas: Divorce, Children, Separation, Financial Disputes, Agreements, Marriage and Civil Partnerships, Binding Financial Agreements (Prenuptial Agreements)

Although it is more difficult for binding financial agreements to be set aside, the courts can generally do so in circumstances where one party has acted...

What are the factors used in determining the best interests of the child?

Practice Areas: Divorce, Children, Separation, Marriage and Civil Partnerships

When deciding on the best interests of the child, the courts will look at the primary and additional considerations that must be made when issuing a parenting...

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