Antonious Abdelshahied

Special Needs of Children in Property Settlement Matters

In the event of separation, parties to a marriage or de facto relationship will have their property divided in accordance with the provisions of the Family Law Act 1975 (“the Act”). The two main objectives that underline the…more
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Wylie & Wylie (2011) Decision

FAMILY LAW – Parenting – previous consent orders – urgent application following almost immediate failure to comply with orders – allegations of sexual abuse and violence by the father – allegations of manipulative and alienating…more
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Compensation Claims in Property Settlement Disputes

Given the significant number of personal injury compensation claims currently being processed, it is important to consider how these monetary contributions affect matrimonial and de facto property settlement proceedings in the…more
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A Child Does Not Equal a De Facto Relationship

In Ricci & Jones [2010], a Federal Magistrate found that the Father had applied successfully for the dismissal of the Mother’s de facto property application. “The significance of this decision is that…more
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Antonious Abdelshahied - Michael Sing Lawyers Pty Ltd

Queensland Law Society Proctor Article…more
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Recovery of Children

We all can appreciate that the stress of a marriage breakdown can take its toll on not only the parents, but most importantly the children involved. From our experience, most people can come to suitable arrangements in regards…more
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