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LAW4177 Introduction to Family Law Exam Notes

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NOTES WRITTEN FOR INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY LAW (2014/15 SUMMER SEMESTER). Topics Covered: The concept of 'the family'; Practice and processes in Family law; Marriage and divorce ; Dividing property under the Family Law Act; Children's rights and parental responsibilities; Family support spousal maintenance and child support.

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Family Family law Human pregnancy Obstetrics Surrogacy Family Court of Australia Divorce Child support Federal Circuit Court of Australia Family court Surrogacy laws by country LGBT adoption and parenting in Australia
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Family Family law Human pregnancy Obstetrics Surrogacy Family Court of Australia Divorce Child support Federal Circuit Court of Australia Family court Surrogacy laws by country LGBT adoption and parenting in Australia
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• Marriage no longer the foundation of the family ; • Recognition of Committed Relationships • Importance of International Treaties o CROC, ICCPR, ICESCR • From Discretion to Presumptions • Public v Private Dichotomy • Move from Adversarial to Conciliatory • More couples without children • Couples with less children • More de facto relationships • Decreasing popularity of marriage • Increasing divorce • Increasing same sex couples ABS 2011 • Couple families: 82% • One parent families: 16% • Other families: 2% Definition of family • Aspin (1987) – o At least two members, comprising either two adults or one adult and one child; or if one adult lives apart from the family group but regards the group as his...
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