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Police have been patrolling the streets of Sydney’s south-west in three LGAs to ensure people are complying with the stay-at-home orders as part of a major operation launched on Friday morning.
This factsheet outlines conduct that falls within the definition of family violence in family law and what you need to tell the court if you have experienced family violence.
The law encourages parents to reach their own agreement in relation to the arrangements made for children after separation.
This factsheet outlines the court process following a separation.
Separation can be a very difficult decision. However, once the decision has been made to separate, this factsheet contains practical steps that may help to make separation smoother.
This factsheet is to help you understand the law relating to child support.
This factsheet is to help you understand when you can obtain financial assistance from your spouse or partner after you separate.
This factsheet looks at how property is divided when a person separates from their partner or spouse.
This factsheet provides information for international students looking to rent a house or unit in NSW.