Family Law in Children’s Vaccinations

The Coronavirus pandemic has caused a widening range of family law disputes, with parents being unable to agree if their child should receive the COVID-19 vaccinations. Unless a court order has been made stating otherwise, both parents of a child are presumed to have...

Reforms needed to prevent family violence

Family violence is preventable, but in current circumstances, reported incidents continue to increase. Family violence risk increases when disasters, such as a pandemic arise. Monash University recently surveyed 166 family violence victim support practitioners across...

New law to improve superannuation visibility in a divorce

Superannuation is often the most significant asset in the property pool of separated couples. Research shows that approximately 42% of women nearing retirement have lower superannuation balances than men. Furthermore, approximately 60% of women suffer some form of...