The Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (‘FCFCOA’) requires a variety of documents be filed with it when you are in Court for a family law matter, whether parenting, property, child support or divorce. Nevett Ford presents a series of brief guides to common documents you might be required to prepare.
Did you try to avoid going to Court or have you come to Court too quickly? It is expected that you try to avoid using your resources and the Court’s by first making sure you have exhausted every attempt to get information from the other party, invite them to mediation, and agree what can be agreed. A failure to property take these steps can lead to your case being delayed further or costs orders made against you.
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