Victims of child sexual abuse experience the aftereffects of that abuse throughout their lives. There are a lot of complicated emotions to address. Some victims feel fear about coming forward; some feel shame, guilt, or embarrassment. Others may feel as though they are to blame for their abuse. While all emotions are valid, it's fair to say that our emotions aren't always true. This is why it is so important that victims have support to process those complex emotions and address mental health issues stemming from the abuse they experienced.
There are a lot of complicated emotions to deal with at the end of a marriage or de facto relationship. Those emotions, however, cannot delay the property settlement process. The sooner you reach out to a lawyer the quicker the property settlement after separation can be dealt with. The sooner you do this, the sooner you can process your grief surrounding the end of a relationship.
Nobody likes to think about the end of their life, but planning for your departure ensures that your money and possessions end up in the right hands. You can't make those decisions once you're gone, so it's important that you make them now, and in doing so, you prevent infighting with your family and legal woes.
Grief can be all-consuming, and when you are trying to cope with the loss of a loved one, it's difficult to pay attention to all the details. Often, people miss information in the Will and miss their opportunity to contest it.
There are enough problems to deal with when a relationship breaks down. Unfortunately, the legal situation won't disappear. The quicker you address it, the better off you will be moving forward. As soon as you separate, you should address the property pool and start the discussion about child support.
Sexual abuse is a serious crime, and it causes untold harm to the victims and their families. The effects of sexual abuse can last from childhood through adulthood. Without professional guidance and counselling, the effects can last a lifetime.
When you marry someone, the last thing you think about is what will happen in a divorce. Through the happy years, you might invest in property, stocks, buy cars and boats, or other assets together – or you might purchase an investment in your own name, your own car, or another vehicle. Regardless of whether assets are in your name, your partner’s name, or both, when you separate it can be tough to figure out how that property is divided, so here’s what you need to know.
The National Redress Scheme took effect in 2018 and will run for ten years. So, it's important that you know everything there is to know about reporting historical child abuse.
Losing a loved one is one of the hardest things anyone ever has to deal with. Grief is the type of pain you feel intensely, both emotionally and physically. It can be especially difficult when faced with a Will estate dispute.
Divorce is one of the most stressful life events someone can go through. You are dealing with the emotional stress of the end of a relationship. You also have to deal with arranging your future, however you can't focus on your future until you settle your past. This means managing your superannuation, along with the rest of your property.