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A guide to subpoenas in family law

A guide to subpoenas in family law

Different courts have different requirements, timings and expectations in relation to subpoenas. This article looks at what you need to know regarding subpoenas in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia family law matters.
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What happens if I lose my Trust Deed?

What happens if I lose my Trust Deed?

Despite the huge increase in documents being executed electronically, there are still areas of law in which the presentation of the original wet ink signed document is important. A Trust Deed is one such document. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for clients to approach us in situations where the original Trust Deed is lost, and requesting what their options are.
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Should a trust deed have a power to vary its provisions?

Should a trust deed have a power to vary its provisions?

It is common to find that, over time, the terms of a Trust may need to be updated or revised, usually because of changes to the law, including tax and duty laws. Not having a power to vary the terms of a Trust can have significant issues and create unnecessary financial impositions.
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Guide to family law reforms effective from May 2024

Guide to family law reforms effective from May 2024

Most of the amendments to the Family Law Act 1975 came into effect on 6 May 2024. The changes will apply to new and existing matters. This means that if you have a family law matter already before the Court and the final hearing had not commenced prior to 6 May 2024, the new laws will apply.
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