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Reconciliation and what it means in Family Law - Part 3

RECONCILIATION AND DIVORCE

Following the first 2 Parts of our Reconciliation Series, this blog now explores the impact of reconciliation and divorce. 
Firstly and most importantly, where parties were married for less than 2 years, section 44(1B) of the Family Law Act requires them to “have considered a reconciliation” with the assistance of a specified person or organisation prior to applying for a divorce.
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Reconciliation and what it means in Family Law - Part 2

RECONCILIATION AND PROPERTY PROCEEDINGS

Hopefully you have read Part 1 of our Reconciliation Series, which explains the court’s obligation to consider the possibility of parties reconciling.  If the court considers that there is a reasonable possibility, it may adjourn the proceedings so that the parties may explore this. 
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Reconciliation and what it means in Family Law - Part 1

Thanks to the current social-distancing regulations, many of us find ourselves spending most, if not all, of our time alone. 

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