Category: blog

How to protect your intellectual property

28-May-2017 blog,Commercial Disputes By Mel Collins

Engaging a lawyer to help you protect your Intellectual Property (IP) by registering a trade mark, (or acting for you in a dispute involving your trade mark) is an important step in the protection of your rights as a creator and owner of intellectual...

Child support – everything you need to know

11-March-2017 blog,Family Law By Mel Collins

Everything you need to know about how to apply, challenge or opt out of a Child Support Assessment Child support is a particularly sensitive topic for parents involved in the process, as few people are satisfied with the level of support they either...

Risks associated with challenging a Binding Financial Agreement

29-November-2016 blog,Family Law By Mel Collins

Section 90K(1) of The Family Law Act 1975 (“The Act”) provides for a number of grounds upon which the Family Court of Australia can set aside (alter or remove) a Financial Agreement, including the power to set aside an agreement that is “void,...

Top 5 tips for surviving Christmas as a separated family

blog,Family Law By Mel Collins

Streeterlaw's Principal Solicitor in Family Law, Simone Green, has come up with the following five tips to avoid some of the anxiety attached to family Christmas celebrations when you are separated from your former spouse: 1. Negotiate early and...

Five tips to reduce the pain of parenting disputes

blog,Family Law By Mel Collins

Streeterlaw’s Principal Solicitor in Family Law, Ms Simone Green, has a wealth of experience to share with clients. Here she provides five insights about the Family Law process that can help couples take steps to avoid as much financial and emotional...

Celebrating 40 years of family law reforms

26-November-2016 blog,Family Law By Mel Collins

Last month, family lawyers from around the country, including Streeterlaw’s Simone Green and Rosemary Hanna, celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Family Law Act at the Biennial National Family Law Conference in Melbourne. The Family Law Act 1975...

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15-September-2016 blog By admin

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Surveillance reveals more than expected

19-October-2009 blog,Family Law By admin

The Situation A wife suspected that her husband was having an "affair" online. The Solution By use of lawful surveillance methods it was ascertained that it was much worse than this. The husband was viewing child pornography. The matter was reported...