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Australian Lawyers getting hurt as a result of Covid-19 shutdowns. Digital Disruption leading them back to work. Like most other industries, the legal fraternity is seeing difficulties with the continuing lockdowns in many states and area hotspots.
The legal profession can be proud of the way it has adapted to servicing clients and continuing to work from remote locations however some layers have seen their firms suffer financially as a result.
Lawyers are using online methods such as videoconferencing and new office management software to work remotely with coworkers, colleagues, and clients. Lawyers are attending Court by telephone and by the same video conferencing methods to good effect to keep progressing court matters.
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A most important difference between collaborative mediation and collaborative law is how lawyers participate and what happens if the spouses do not resolve all their issues. As mentioned above, collaborative
Do Stay calm.Use facts as evidence for your position.Ask questions.Use logic.Appeal to higher values.Listen carefully.Be prepared to concede a good point.Study your opponent.Look for a win-win. Don’t Get personal. Get
Marriage Separation Process in Australia or in your family. What does it mean for you? Have you clearly thought it through? This could be one of the most traumatic experiences
For decades, if you wanted a divorce in Australia, you had to prove your spouse was to blame. No-fault divorce was not legal by local law.
Today we brought five suggestions for you on “co-parenting Australia”. The Australian Government restrictions are frequently changing to ensure the safety of the people and this means there has been
The Lighthouse Project came into effect in the Brisbane Registry of the Family and Federal Circuit Court of Australia in early 2021. It is a pilot program designed to assist