Case Management

“But we broke up years ago…” – The Impact of Delay in Family Court Settlements

Ross Dunlop
Consultant
Barrister and Solicitor

Last Updated on 20/12/2018

There appears to be a significant degree of misunderstanding amongst the public surrounding the issue of inheritances in Family Law property settlements, and how they should be treated. This is especially so when the inheritance is received after the parties have been separated, often for quite lengthy periods. Two relatively recent cases re-affirm the danger … Continue reading ““But we broke up years ago…” – The Impact of Delay in Family Court Settlements”


Disclosure in Family Law Cases – Some Practical Tips

Greg Martinovich
Barrister and Solicitor

Last Updated on 20/03/2019

What is disclosure? Disclosure is the process whereby each party to a legal dispute exchanges relevant documents in their possession or control. Parties of family law cases have a duty to exchange both documents that are helpful and detrimental to their case. The aim of disclosure is to help the parties focus on genuine issues, … Continue reading “Disclosure in Family Law Cases – Some Practical Tips”