Staff Announcement – Promotion
The Directors of Carr & Co are pleased to announce Ms Ilvana Arapovic has been promoted to Senior Associate as of 1 July 2022.
The Dirty John story resonates with all of us – here’s why
By now, you may have listened to the Dirty John podcast by Wondery or watched an episode of the series (or the whole series) on Netflix. I am certain that, at the very least, you have heard people chatting about the story of John Meehan and Debra Newell.
All I want for Christmas is You…. to Move out of the House
For some couples, the concept of living separated under one roof is achievable. For others, continuing to live with your ex-spouse in the same house, is neither reasonable, nor practical.
Social Media Do’s and Don’ts
Reliance on text messages and emails as evidence in family law disputes is nothing new and there are various cases now which indicate a willingness by the Family Court to adopt and use social media where necessary. To avoid damaging your case with your online presence, consider the following do’s and don’ts.
2022 Doyle’s Guide WA Family Law Rankings
Carr & Co has again been named as one of the four first tier leading Family & Divorce Law Firms practising in Western Australia. All four of the directors of Carr & Co have also been recognised in the Leading Family & Divorce Lawyers – Western Australia Rankings.
Divorce and separation in Australia: should we just split everything down the middle?
The 50/50 rule: fact or fiction? The ‘50/50 rule’ is a fallacy within the realm of family law property settlements. There is no mathematical formula you can apply to the division of property. There is, however, a time and place for a 50/50 division of property.
From breadwinner to homemaker: What happens if I become a stay-at-home parent and we subsequently separate?
It is inevitable that when a couple decide to become parents, work arrangements and routines need to be adjusted to meet the care needs of their new child or children.