The latest from the blog

30.04.19

Separate Together named a Leading Innovative Firm by Australasian Lawyer

We’re excited to announce that Separate Together has been named as a leading innovative firm  by Australasian Lawyer in their 2019 Innovative Firms special report. This report showcases Australian firms […]

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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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