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Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should: Unlawful Actions and Family Law

by Temptation is, well, tempting isn’t it? Especially where you are involved in a bitter dispute with an ex. who deserves everything they get. But remember, time passes and revenge is a dish best served cold. Also, keep yourself nice. So if you are thinking of yielding to committing the following unlawful acts, here’s some suggestions for resisting the temptation but
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Short Term Gain, Long Term Pain: Why breaching Parenting Orders does not work

by Did you read the articles about Rebecca Minnock, the Somerset, England woman who “did a runner” with her 3-year old son when the Court ruled against her in parenting proceedings? Minnock and the child’s father had been engaged in a legal battle regarding his contact with the child.  In February 2015, the Court ruled she had fabricated allegations to obstruct
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Google Acts on “Revenge Porn”

by On 19 June 2015 Google issued a  public policy  advising that, contrary to their previous practice, they have now decided to honour requests from people to remove nude or sexually explicit images shared without their consent from Google search results. Google advises that in the coming weeks they will put up a web form people can use to submit the request.
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ATO Access to Family Law Court Files

ATO Access to Family Law Court Files

by It’s common in family law proceedings in the Family Court or Federal Circuit Court for issues relating to taxation to arise, including evidence of tax irregularities that can have significant consequences for the parties. Parties in Family Court proceedings have an obligation of full and frank disclosure of all matters relevant to their proceedings. The Courts have a public duty
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