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Recent Family Law Judgments – SSAT (Child Support)

 

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Costa & Fairbank (SSAT Appeal) [2010] FMCAfam 39 (22 February 2010) 
Catchwords:
 CHILD SUPPORT – Appeal from decision of SSAT – whether the SSAT erred in finding special circumstances for departure – whether SSAT erred in its considerations of the income and expenses of the applicant.

Jessup & Jessup [2010] FMCAfam 124 (17 February 2010) 
Catchwords:
 CHILD SUPPORT – Application to set aside child support agreement made in May 2006 – agreement

Watanabe & Watanabe (SSAT Appeal) [2010] FMCAfam 94 (11 February 2010) 
Catchwords:
 CHILD SUPPORT – Appeal from SSAT – interpretation of orders – percentage of care – how to be calculated.

Rawlings & Rawlings [2010] FMCAfam 65 (2 February 2010) 
Catchwords:
 CHILD SUPPORT – Application for departure for period between July 2000 and June 2008 – whether leave should be granted in respect of administrative assessments more than eighteen months old – matters to be considered – reasons for delay – b

Balzano & Balzano [2010] FamCAFC 11 (2 February 2010) 
Catchwords:
 FAMILY LAW – APPEAL – FROM A DECISION OF A FEDERAL MAGISTRATE – Appeal in relation to Child Support – Leave to appeal required – Appellant submitted that the Federal Magistrate misconstrued the nature of the application and erred in not pro

Forbes & Bream [2010] FamCAFC 6 (29 January 2010) 
Catchwords:
 FAMILY LAW – APPEAL – CHILD SUPPORT – Leave to appeal decision of Federal Magistrate under Child Support (Assessment) Act 1989 (Cth) – whether the Federal Magistrate erred in finding that the father’s child support assessment should be base

Klement & Glynn [2010] FamCA 40 (29 January 2010) 
Catchwords:
 FAMILY LAW – CHILD SUPPORT – jurisdiction – application by the mother seeking orders pursuant to ss 111 and 112 of the Child Support (Assessment) Act 1989 (Cth) for leave for the Registrar to make a determination under s 98S in respect of c

Child Support Registrar & Stewart [2010] FMCAfam 38 (25 January 2010) 
Catchwords:
 CHILD SUPPORT – Costs – whether making of a costs order is a matter affecting substantive rights or one of practice and procedure – whether an order for costs may be made retrospectively – whether an order for costs ought to be made – wheth

Xie & Zhao [2010] FamCAFC 1 (19 January 2010) 
Catchwords:
 FAMILY LAW – APPEAL – APPLICATION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME – Lengthy litigation history – Issues of lump sum child support for children now aged 19, 17 ½ and 12 years old – Arguments on appeal would largely be those submitted before the F

Lasky & Lasky [2010] FamCA 68 (19 January 2010) 
Catchwords:
 FAMILY LAW – ENFORCEMENT – Of binding financial agreement and child support agreement – Declaration sought – Incomplete financial evidence and disclosure – Evidence given by husband in interim proceedings to be transcribed.