Ramsden Lawyers recently celebrated its 20th anniversary with a dazzling event at Coast Kitchen & Bar, featuring highlights like a mouth-watering menu from the Coast team, speeches by John, Maggie, and Reece Ramsden, revisiting the firm's remarkable journey, a special three-tiered celebratory cake, fireworks, and performances by live musicians to add a touch of glamour., The celebration showcased the firm's commitment to excellence, weaving together moments of elegance and celebration that marked a significant milestone in the legal community. To relive the magic, explore the captivating photo gallery below. Read More.
Family law mediation provides an alternative to litigation, addressing conflict in parenting and financial matters. Mediation involves a neutral third party, being the mediator, facilitating discussions between parties, aiming for agreements on parenting matters, child support, spousal maintenance, and the division of your financial matters. In parenting mediation, the child's well-being is prioritised, fostering open communication and tailored solutions to your needs and outcomes sought. Financial mediations allow a flexible approach to asset division, proving cost-effective compared to lengthy court battles. Mediation is voluntary and confidential and empowers parties to control outcomes, reducing stress and conflict. Engaging a family law solicitor, like Ramsden Lawyers on the Gold Coast or in Brisbane, ensures guidance through the process, understanding potential outcomes, and expressing concerns. Ultimately, mediation seeks to arrive at a mutually acceptable agreement, particularly benefiting the best interests of the children. Ramsden Lawyers offers expert assistance, emphasising mediation to achieve just and equitable outcomes without protracted court proceedings, demonstrating a successful track record in resolving family disputes. Read More.
In the dynamic landscape of family law, the Family Law Amendment (Information Sharing) Bill 2023 stands out as a crucial development, especially in family violence cases. This ground-breaking bill introduces new measures to protect children and families by enabling courts to access vital information about family violence, abuse, and neglect more efficiently. With the establishment of two information-sharing orders, obtaining information from agencies like police and child protection is significantly streamlined, allowing for a more informed and timely judicial response. The Bill also thoughtfully balances the need for information disclosure with privacy and safety concerns. At Ramsden Lawyers, we are well-versed in the nuances of this new legislation. Our team is prepared to guide you through these changes, ensuring you receive the most informed and effective legal support for your family law matters. Read More.