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Ivy Law Group has twenty-two years’ experience in international family law and has acted for clients both in Australia (involved in international litigation) and also overseas clients (involved in complex property and child related matters.

Starting proceedings in the wrong jurisdiction can sometimes have irreversible consequences to the outcome of your matter.

We have advised clients from around the world with connections to Australia and complex property arrangements.

We have also had extensive experience in complex international child abduction matters including Applications pursuant to the Hague Convention.

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We have represented clients in countries across the globe including Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Holland, Hong Kong, various Pacific Island Nations, New Zealand, Singapore, China, South Africa, the United States of America, and the United Kingdom.

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Family Law Articles

WILL YOUR CHILD’S WISHES BE CONSIDERED BY THE COURT?

Marital separation (including divorce) and de facto separation is an unfortunate reality of the world that we live in. While some manage to navigate the emotional minefield with minimal anguish, most end up embroiled in bitter legal proceedings. While financial concerns are often of great importance when separating, far more important are matters of the heart: children. When making arrangements for children in a divorce, the Court will place the greatest amount of importance on the “best interests” of the child. But do those best interests include the child’s own wishes?

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RELOCATING WITH CHILDREN AFTER SEPARATION

Divorce is challenging in numerous ways, before, during and also after proceedings, often for much longer than either party ever really expects.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT BINDING FINANCIAL AGREEMENTS

The decision in the case of Thorne v Kennedy delivered by the High Court of Australia in November 2017 has far-reaching implications for ‘pre...

HOW SEPARATION WILL IMPACT UPON YOUR ESTATE PLANNING

Separation from your partner or spouse is not an easy time for anyone.

While there might be a number of other issues at the top of the stres...

WHAT IF MY FORMER PARTNER AND I CANNOT REACH AN AGREEMENT?

Following a separation, if both parties reach agreement on parenting, financial or property arrangements, they can formalise those arrangements

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