The latest from the blog

05.04.19

My encounter with the #RedShark…

Soooooo on 4 April 2019, this happened! I met with the one and only, Naomi Simson, Australian entrepreneur, author, keynote speaker, influence and founder of Red Balloon and co-founder of […]

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27.03.19

Splitting Up Together: Launch off!

On 19 March 2019, I celebrated the launch of my first book, Splitting Up Together: The How-to for an AMICABLE Divorce. I’m proud to say that the book has become […]

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26.03.19

Founder named as an Under 30 years Lawyers Weekly Awards Finalist

Founder of Separate Together, Siobhan Mullins, has been name as a finalist in the Lawyer’s Weekly list of 30 Under 30 Award for Family Law 2019. Lawyers Weekly 30 Under […]

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10.03.19

Press Release: THE BOOK TO PUT DIVORCE LAWYERS OUT OF BUSINESS

The how-to DIY handbook for separating couples who want to avoid lawyers, legal fees, conflict and court Canberra, Australia The founder of Australia’s leading online family law firm, Separate Together, […]

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04.03.19

Should I stay or should I go? Your options

Darling you got to let me know. Should I stay or should I go?* It’s a good question. When is the right time to call it quits? Do you feel that […]

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01.03.19

The AMICABLE Divorce Method

You and your partner can separate and, for lack of a better word, have an amicable divorce. What constitutes an amicable divorce or separation? Well I suppose an amicable divorce […]

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15.02.19

The practicalities of child support agreements

If you and your partner agree to contribute financially towards your kids’ expenses above what the child-support agency (Department of Human Services) may calculate to be your legal obligations, you […]

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11.02.19

Your Plan B: Why it’s important

In any setting, the purpose of negotiation is to achieve a better outcome than if you don’t negotiate. Once the decision to separate or divorce is made, you’ll typically need […]

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08.02.19

Reach a separation agreement without going to court

Typically when a couple separates, there needs to be some agreed outcome reached in relation to the following: If there are children, an agreement about their care arrangements and all […]

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04.02.19

A high level explanation of the legal divorce separation process

Your end goal after you or your partner make the decision to divorce or separate, is to reach an agreement together and consider making it official. Couples that end up […]

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