Incapacity in relationships - The tension between SAT and the family court. 24 May 2022

Host group
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Hosted by
STEP Western Australia
Event Type
Meeting/Seminar
Date
Venue

O'Sullivan Davies Family Lawyers
Level 27, 197 St Georges Terrace
Perth WA
Australia

The seminar will cover:
In recent times, the Family Court (FCWA) and the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) have had to deal with an increasing number of claims involving couples who are still married or in a de facto relationship but no longer live together because of failing health or specific care needs.

Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for the family court claims to be commenced by one party’s children of a prior relationship seeking an 'early inheritance'.

Who wins?

In this presentation I will endeavour to deal with tensions and confusions that arise between orders made by SAT and those in the FCWA. 

Speaker:
Andrew Davies TEP, O'Sullivan Davies Family Lawyers

Cost group
Event Cost
Australian Dollar
50.00
Members
Australian Dollar
120.00
Non-member
Schedule
17:30 to 19:30 AWST
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Incapacity in relationships - The tension between SAT and the family court. 24 May 2022