‘Articles’ Category

  1. First in conveyancing!

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    July 7, 2021 by Todd

    The motto of Todd Street Lawyer is ‘Our knowledge is your edge’. It might sound like marketing fluff (and I …
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  2. Office procedures for this week

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    June 27, 2021 by Todd

    Our office will be shut to the public for the week commencing 28 June 2021. You can still contact us …
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  3. Your first meeting – family law property settlement

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    April 11, 2021 by Todd

    In the second episode of The word on the Street, Todd discusses the information you should bring with you to …
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  4. The word on the Street!

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    March 1, 2021 by Todd

    The Todd Street Lawyer website has a new feature – The word on the Street! From time to time, videos …
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  5. Merry Christmas from Todd Street Lawyer!

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    December 21, 2020 by Todd

    Congratulations everyone on getting to the end of the work year! It’s definitely been one for the books. Todd Street …
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  6. An update regarding our office procedures

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    August 7, 2020 by Todd

    We have some news regarding office opening hours and how you will be able to interact with us. Social distancing …
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  7. Co-parenting in the age of COVID-19

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    March 26, 2020 by Todd

    I have just read a very interesting article by Marcia Zug, who is a Professor of Family Law at the …
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  8. Family reports – what are they and why are they important?

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    January 23, 2020 by Todd

    Family law parenting matters are really about people – and it tries to reflect the infinite uniqueness of us all. …
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  9. Merry Christmas from Todd Street Lawyer!

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    December 20, 2019 by Todd

    Todd Street Lawyer has now closed for the Christmas break. The office will re-open at 9am on Monday 13 January …
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  10. Going to Court without a section 60I certificate – when is “urgent” urgent?

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    October 17, 2019 by Todd

    Ordinarily, parties to a family law parenting dispute are required to try mediation before they go to Court.  The mediator …
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