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The Australian Defence Force has approximately 60,000 permanent members, and approximately 21,000 members of the active reserve. Litigants who are members of the ADF can raise unique challenges for practitioners in the family law jurisdiction, such as issues related to postings and deployments, defined benefit pensions, and employment limitations when facing intervention orders.
In this presentation, the speakers address some of the legal and practical challenges facing litigants and practitioners with respect to parenting applications, property settlement proceedings, and intervention orders when one or both of the parties are members of the ADF.
In this seminar, presenter Megan Tennyson of the PEXA Partner Program will explain what PEXA is, and how it has changed property transactions. What impact does this have on drafting family law property orders? Do s.106A orders work in the PEXA world? These questions and more will be answered.
Tax issues such as CGT (including rollover relief), Division 7A as well as trust and corporate law issues frequently arise in family law property proceedings. A recent trend has also seen the Commissioner of Taxation intervening in s79 proceedings to secure payment of tax debts owed by a party or parties to the marriage prior to any distribution of property.
The High Court’s decision Burns v Corbett significantly narrowed the jurisdiction of State tribunals. The High Court held that the Australian Constitution precludes a State tribunal, in this case the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal, that is not a ‘court of a State’…
In this Q&A Session with Lisa Hannon, key discussion points cover the area of compulsory land acquisition including the basic concepts, possibilities for compensation, how practitioners can best manage client expectations, unpacking “LACA Language” and the importance of specialist advice.