Family Law Video Guides

12 Years Jail (Max) for Attempted Husband Murderer, Vicky Soteriou
Vicky Soteriou, 44, was sentenced to a maximum of 12 years in prison after being found guilty of trying to have her wealthy businessman husband killed.
Australia’s hidden death duties (Inheritance tax)
This presentation by Symmetry Group explains the hidden death duty (inheritance tax) in Australia regarding superannuation that not many people are aware of.
How to make an affidavit
This is an explanatory video on how to make an affidavit in Victoria, Australia.
Australia turns a blind eye to Male Victims of Domestic Violence
Figures from Australia & the UK indicate that 52%+ of domestic violence is by Women against Men who almost never report it and get zero support when they do. Published on 14 Aug 2015
Domestic Violence Crisis in Australia
An investigation into the male and female perpetrators of domestic violence, from the admittedly one-dimensional perspective of the police force. Published on 23 Nov 2018
Tips on how to behave in an Australian courtroom
Going to court can be daunting. Having an idea of what to expect will ensure that you are prepared and know how to behave appropriately.
How Child Support Works in Australia
Child support is calculated using the taxable incomes of parents. But that's not all you should know. It's also based on the spending patterns of intact families. Published on 21 Sep 2018
Equal shared parental responsibility does not mean equal time
The Family Law Act was amended in 2006 to make provision for a concept called "Equal Shared Parental Responsibility". Many separating parents believe that this amendment to the Act means that children with separated parents should be, by law, spending equal time with each of their parents. This is a common family law myth.
How Much Does A Divorce Cost In Australia?
How much does it cost to get a divorce in Australia? There are ways to reduce the fees associated with divorce. It's all explained in this video. Published on 16 Nov 2017
Author Bettina Arndt weighs in on the Pauline Hanson family law inquiry
Bettina Arndt has been one of Australia's most prominent commentators on the ever changing roles of women in society, and the changes to the dynamics of marriages and relationships as a result.In this podcast, Nathan Hondros questions Bettina Arndt on her views as to whether such an inquiry is a clear necessity, or a Trojan horse aimed to weaken domestic violence provisions for women.
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