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In parenting proceedings, parties have a duty to disclose any information relevant to the care and welfare of the child/children and the parenting capacity of the parents. This can include the following: School reports  Medical reports Expert reports  Letters and drawings by child Photographs  ...

Australian Family Law legislation is designed to make the process of Family Law disputes as quick and efficient as possible.  Part of this process is a principle called the duty of disclosure. The duty of disclosure means that each party is responsible for producing relevant documentation...

When it comes to financial matters, the accuracy of an individual’s assets, liabilities, superannuation and income may only be apparent in documentation to which that individual only has access. This is why the duty of disclosure is exceptionally important in Family Law disputes and in...

Separating is never easy. Here at FEDOROV Family Lawyers, we understand that the process of separation can be overwhelming, lengthy and emotionally draining. That's why we offer a unique service by way of Separation Support to our clients. What does the Separation Support Manager do? The Separation...