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NSW Wife Doesn't Qualify for Legal Aid NSW - What to Do?

Discussion in 'Family Law Forum' started by ForATime, 15 July 2015.

  1. ForATime

    ForATime Well-Known Member

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  2. AllForHer

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    Family dispute resolution will be your best bet, but if this has already occurred and you're still at a stalemate, self-representation is an option. Is it your wife against you, or against a former spouse?
     
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    Against me
     
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    Well, you can still bring an initiating application for parenting and property orders, even if she is not represented. She may have no choice but to work harder to reach agreement with you or self-represent.
     
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    She wouldn't like either idea in my opinion

    Thank you
     
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