Your General questions answered

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In this blog I give you a preview of Chapter 6 which is a series of general queries and topics which may arise during the course of commencing or proceeding with your Divorce application. We hope you find the information informative. Of course if you have any enquiries you can send them to help@your-divorce.com.au or visit our website at your-divorce.com.au…

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Hearing of the divorce the ins and outs

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This blog details how the hearing of your divorce actually occurs and what are the inside tips and traps of the hearing process. Once again, enjoy. The Hearing of your divorce Once service of your divorce application has taken place (which will usually need to be 28 days prior to the hearing date) or if you are seeking at the…

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Serving your application

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This is the 4th instalment from our eBook- Your Complete Guide to Divorce. Today our focus is on serving your application that has often been filed with the Court. The full eBook will be available for free at our website at www.your-divorce.com.au or email us at help@your-divorce.com.au and we will be happy to send you a copy. Enjoy. Chapter 4…

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Making your Application

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An individual or joint application An application for Divorce can be brought by either party of the marriage. This is called an individual application. You will only need to produce your personal concession or health card if you are making the application yourself. The alternative to you bringing a sole application is a divorce application done as a joint application….

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Divorce and that P Word

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Obtaining a legal divorce is not fun. There are many other more enjoyable tasks you could be doing with your life; surfing, knitting or spending time with your children. However, getting a divorce can be an important step then moving on with your life. Today we look at the P word ‘Procrastination’ and the reasons why people procrastinate and our…

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Divorce and Your Trusted Adviser

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When Is Your Legal Adviser Your “Trusted Legal Adviser” When you need to obtain legal advice or any professional advice a feeling of trust is the most important element. There is a general assumption that professional advisers are competent in what they do (we hope this is the case) but the building of trust and empathy from your adviser is…

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