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seek legal advice as soon as possible, whether you or the other parent are the one contemplating relocation. It is even more important if you have Court Orders already in place as you could find yourself in breach of the orders.

Are you or your former partner considering relocating with your children?

If you are considering relocating with your children, you may need to get permission from the other parent or a Court order to do so. If you already have parenting orders from the Family Court, then relocating gets more complex.


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What is going to happen to my stuff now I’m separating?

If you have recently separated from your spouse or defacto partner then you may be wondering how to go about dividing up your property.



So, you’ve come to an agreement with your former partner – now what?

In the context of a separation, a lot of couples are able to agree about care arrangements for their children and splitting their finances. But after agreement is reached, how do you turn it into something more official?


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Lost your driver's licence?

If your driver’s licence has been disqualified by a Court you may be eligible to apply for an Extraordinary Driver’s Licence.  You cannot apply if you are still subject to an immediate disqualification from the Police, if you are suspended because of demerit points or if you are fines suspended. 


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