Family law services
- "He said, she said" - but what does the evidence say?
- Capital Gains Tax and family law property settlements
- Changing final property orders
- Changing parenting orders
- Child custody
- Child Protection and Family Law
- Child Support Departure Order
- Commencing court proceedings for parenting matters
- Commencing court proceedings for property settlement
- Defacto Relationships
- Disputes over children's names
- Division 7A in property settlements
- Divorce and Trusts
- Do I have to go to Court?
- Family law disputes over schools
- Financial Agreements and superannuation splits
- I am not the father but I still want to be involved in the child's life
- Parental Alienation
- Parenting Orders with respect to very young children
- Property Settlements
- Removal of a child from Australia during Court proceedings
- Restrictions on overseas travel
- Second marriages
- Service of Court Documents
- Spousal Maintenance and financial support
- Stamp duty exemptions
- The Family Dispute Resolution requirement
- The real worth in making an offer of settlement
- Transfers to ‘third parties’ in a property settlement
- What happens to my property settlement if I reconcile with my partner after I have finalised my property settlement?
- Who pays Capital Gains Tax?
Estate law services
- Contesting a will or disputing an estate
- Do I really need a Will?
- Estate administration
- Giftover to grandchildren
- Grants of Representation
- Homemade Wills and Will kits
- How long can I tie up the kids inheritance?
- Husbands and wives dying in the same accident
- International Wills
- Liability of Personal Representatives
- Mistake in a Will
- Provision for disabled children in your Will
- Statutory Wills
- Testamentary Trusts
- What happens if you die without a Will?
- When a ‘Will’ does not comply with formal requirements
- When the provisions in a Will are unclear
- Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney
- Wills made in the context of second families
Elder law services
Family law clients
Springwood Lawyers have taken over Ehrich, Monahan and Tisdall’s ongoing family law matters, now that Chris Monahan has retired and the firm has closed its doors. If you have a family law problem, that previously Chris Monahan would have assisted you with, then contact Springwood Lawyers and make an appointment with Colin Simpson, for a free, no obligation consultation to discuss your family law problem.
Colin Simpson is a very experienced family lawyers and he will be able to capably act for you in your family law matter, to achieve the best outcome for you.
Contact Colin Simpson on 07 3208 0850