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At JS Law, our Bendigo and Woodend solicitors regularly attend professional development and are up to date with the latest news and legislation surrounding family and criminal lawyers in the Macedon Ranges, Gisborne, Bendigo, Castlemaine and Kyneton.
With an experienced team of family, criminal law and divorce lawyers, we provide caring, compassionate and unbiased legal advice.
Are you the Applicant or Respondent in a Family Violence Order matter in Bendigo, Castlemaine, Gisborne or Woodend? If so, contact us for advice as soon as possible. We represent clients in all local and metropolitan courts. It is important to understand that a breach of an Intervention Order is a criminal offence. You should...Read more
Both parties in a family law parenting and property matter have an ongoing duty of disclosure. In a family law property matter or financial settlement, a request to provide your financial documents either from your solicitor for the solicitor acting for the other party is a normal process and should not cause concern. The reason...Read more
Based in Bendigo and Woodend from time to time we have had clients that have been subjected to family/domestic/ violence. In certain circumstances and if certain criteria are met, this may mean in the event of separation or divorce and there is a property settlement, that the person subjected to the domestic violence may be...Read more
Full and frank financial disclosure is a cornerstone of family law property matters. A reluctance to disclose or a misunderstanding about what to disclose is not uncommon. Both sets of Court Rules, The Family Law Rules in the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court Rules in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia...Read more
After 12 months of separation, it is probably time to start considering applying for Divorce. Though you may be unsure of what to do. When considering Divorce, it is important to understand the grounds for Divorce is irretrievable breakdown of the relationship. This is recognized by evidence of the parties having lived separately and apart...Read more
Keep it simple and straightforward- The KISS Principle for co parenting:- Keep the conflict away from your children; Identify constructive ways to communicate and decision make; Separate your former adult relationship from your ongoing parenting relationship; Strive to be the best parents you can.Read more