Nicholes Family Lawyers Podcast https://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast We talk with experts about strategies to meet the challenges in ‘life and family’ during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mon, 01 Jun 2020 08:06:39 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3.3 We talk with experts about strategies to meet the challenges in ‘life and family’ during the COVID-19 pandemic. JOY 94.9 - LGBTIQA+ Podcasts from Australia clean episodic JOY 94.9 - LGBTIQA+ Podcasts from Australia ppc@joy.org.au ppc@joy.org.au (JOY 94.9 - LGBTIQA+ Podcasts from Australia) JOY Melbourne Inc. We talk with experts about strategies to meet the challenges in ‘life and family’ during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nicholes Family Lawyers Podcast http://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/wp-content/uploads/sites/482/powerpress/Nicholes-Family-Lawyers-Podcast.png https://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast Melbourne, Victoria Weekly Talking to Kids about COVID-19: Vincent Papaleo, Clinical Psychologist, shows us how https://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/2020/06/03/talking-to-kids-covid-19/ Tue, 02 Jun 2020 21:26:07 +0000 http://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/?p=76 In this podcast Vincent Papaleo, Clinical Psychologist and internationally recognised expert in the clinical aspects of Family Law speaks with brothers Harry (age 12) and James (age 8) about the COVID-19 pandemic and social isolation. […]

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In this podcast Vincent Papaleo, Clinical Psychologist and internationally recognised expert in the clinical aspects of Family Law speaks with brothers Harry (age 12) and James (age 8) about the COVID-19 pandemic and social isolation.

In this conversation Vincent shows parents how they can tackle this hard conversation, to reduce anxiety and build resilience in young children.

Also in this podcast, Alastair Noakes of Nicholes Family Lawyers speaks with Vincent Papaleo about how carers can speak to children in their care about how quarantine and isolation directives impact their time with their parents, as well as how to discuss the importance of quarantine with teenagers who may be less inclined to self-isolate.

Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au

Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.

Helpful links:

Vincent Papaleo & Associates: www.vincentpapaleoassociates.com.au

 

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In this podcast Vincent Papaleo, Clinical Psychologist and internationally recognised expert in the clinical aspects of Family Law speaks with brothers Harry (age 12) and James (age 8) about the COVID-19 pandemic and social isolation. […]http://media.
In this podcast Vincent Papaleo, Clinical Psychologist and internationally recognised expert in the clinical aspects of Family Law speaks with brothers Harry (age 12) and James (age 8) about the COVID-19 pandemic and social isolation.
In this conversation Vincent shows parents how they can tackle this hard conversation, to reduce anxiety and build resilience in young children.
Also in this podcast, Alastair Noakes of Nicholes Family Lawyers speaks with Vincent Papaleo about how carers can speak to children in their care about how quarantine and isolation directives impact their time with their parents, as well as how to discuss the importance of quarantine with teenagers who may be less inclined to self-isolate.
Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au
Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.
Helpful links:
Vincent Papaleo & Associates: www.vincentpapaleoassociates.com.au
 
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A Conversation with Mim Bartlett, of Mim Bartlett Consulting https://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/2020/06/01/mim-bartlett/ Mon, 01 Jun 2020 07:43:22 +0000 http://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/?p=74 Mim Bartlett, Managing Director of Mim Bartlett Consulting is a qualified psychotherapist, lawyer, facilitator, executive coach and key-note speaker with over 22 years’ experience delivering career development, leadership and resilience coaching to the business community. […]

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Mim Bartlett, Managing Director of Mim Bartlett Consulting is a qualified psychotherapist, lawyer, facilitator, executive coach and key-note speaker with over 22 years’ experience delivering career development, leadership and resilience coaching to the business community.

In this podcast Sally Nicholes of Nicholes Family Lawyers speaks with Mim about Mim’s consulting business and executive leadership program ChangeUp.

They talk about juggling careers and motherhood (both before and during the current pandemic), about Mim’s passion for Meditation and how it has helped Mim on her journey. We hope you enjoy this inspiring conversation with Mim Bartlett.

Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au

Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.

Relevant Links:

Mimm Bartlett Consulting: mimbartlettconsulting.com.au

 

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Mim Bartlett, Managing Director of Mim Bartlett Consulting is a qualified psychotherapist, lawyer, facilitator, executive coach and key-note speaker with over 22 years’ experience delivering career development,
Mim Bartlett, Managing Director of Mim Bartlett Consulting is a qualified psychotherapist, lawyer, facilitator, executive coach and key-note speaker with over 22 years’ experience delivering career development, leadership and resilience coaching to the business community.
In this podcast Sally Nicholes of Nicholes Family Lawyers speaks with Mim about Mim’s consulting business and executive leadership program ChangeUp.
They talk about juggling careers and motherhood (both before and during the current pandemic), about Mim’s passion for Meditation and how it has helped Mim on her journey. We hope you enjoy this inspiring conversation with Mim Bartlett.
Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au
Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.
Relevant Links:
Mimm Bartlett Consulting: mimbartlettconsulting.com.au
 
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International Family Law & COVID-19 – the International Family Law Group, UK https://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/2020/05/29/international-family-law/ Thu, 28 May 2020 21:17:00 +0000 http://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/?p=70 In this podcast, Sally Nicholes and Keturah Sageman of Nicholes Family Lawyers speak with David Hodson OBE and Stuart Clark, both Partners of the International Family Law Group. The International Family Law Group is a […]

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In this podcast, Sally Nicholes and Keturah Sageman of Nicholes Family Lawyers speak with David Hodson OBE and Stuart Clark, both Partners of the International Family Law Group.

The International Family Law Group is a specialist family law firm in London, United Kingdom with specialist expertise in international family law matters.

In this global conversation Sally, Keturah, Stuart and David compare the British and Australian family law jurisdictions’ response to the current COVID-19 pandemic and what positive changes might arise, to their respective legal industries, as a result of the crisis.

Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au

Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.

Other useful links:

International Family Law Group: www.iflg.uk.com

Kids Helpline: a free, private and confidential telephone counselling service – 1800 55 1800 or kidshelpline.com.au

Parent line: a state-wide counselling and support service for all Victorian parents – 13 22 89 or 1300 272 736

Safe Steps: a domestic violence hotline service for women and children – 1800 015 188 www.safesteps.org.au

WIRE Helpline: free support, referral, and information for all Victorian women (non-binary and gender diverse inclusive) – 1300 134 130 www.wire.org.au

Relationship Space: an online program to help parents manage divorce – www.relationshipspace.com.au

Relationships Australia: www.relationships.org.au

 

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In this podcast, Sally Nicholes and Keturah Sageman of Nicholes Family Lawyers speak with David Hodson OBE and Stuart Clark, both Partners of the International Family Law Group. The International Family Law Group is a […]http://media.rawvoice.
In this podcast, Sally Nicholes and Keturah Sageman of Nicholes Family Lawyers speak with David Hodson OBE and Stuart Clark, both Partners of the International Family Law Group.
The International Family Law Group is a specialist family law firm in London, United Kingdom with specialist expertise in international family law matters.
In this global conversation Sally, Keturah, Stuart and David compare the British and Australian family law jurisdictions’ response to the current COVID-19 pandemic and what positive changes might arise, to their respective legal industries, as a result of the crisis.
Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au
Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.
Other useful links:
International Family Law Group: www.iflg.uk.com
Kids Helpline: a free, private and confidential telephone counselling service – 1800 55 1800 or kidshelpline.com.au
Parent line: a state-wide counselling and support service for all Victorian parents – 13 22 89 or 1300 272 736
Safe Steps: a domestic violence hotline service for women and children – 1800 015 188 www.safesteps.org.au
WIRE Helpline: free support, referral, and information for all Victorian women (non-binary and gender diverse inclusive) – 1300 134 130 www.wire.org.au
Relationship Space: an online program to help parents manage divorce – www.relationshipspace.com.au
Relationships Australia: www.relationships.org.au
 
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Elder Issues & the LGBTQIA+ Community: Joe Ball, Switchboard & Jessica Stott, WIRE https://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/2020/05/27/lgbtiqa-elder-issues/ Tue, 26 May 2020 21:16:38 +0000 http://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/?p=69 In this podcast, Rebecca Dahl and Sally Nicholes of Nicholes Family Lawyers speak with Joe Ball, CEO of Switchboard and Jessica Stott, acting CEO of WIRE (Women’s Information Referral Exchange) about Elder Issues in the […]

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In this podcast, Rebecca Dahl and Sally Nicholes of Nicholes Family Lawyers speak with Joe Ball, CEO of Switchboard and Jessica Stott, acting CEO of WIRE (Women’s Information Referral Exchange) about Elder Issues in the LGBTQIA community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Switchboard is a not-for-profit organisation providing support services to the LGBTQIA+ community in Victoria, including its ‘Out & About’ social home visiting service for LGBTQIA+ Victorians at risk of social isolation and it’s various telephone and web-based counselling and referral services.

WIRE is a not-for-profit information and referral service for women, non-binary and gender diverse people in Victoria.

Our speakers talk about how their services are helping LGBTQIA+ Victorians during social isolation and how allies can help!

Disclaimer:  In this episode of the podcast we talk about suicide. We know this is a difficult topic for some people. We do not talk about the details of any specific suicide, and we will try to use terms like suicided instead of committed suicide, but even so, this content may be distressing for some people. If that’s you, please look after yourself and skip this episode – we’ve got heaps of other great content you can listen to instead.

Other useful links:

Switchboard: Switchboard Victoria provides peer-driven support services for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and gender diverse, intersex, queer, and asexual (LGBTIQA+) people, their families, allies, and communities – 1800 184 527 – http://www.switchboard.org.au

Q life: Qlife provides anonymous and free LGBTIQA+ peer support and referral for people in Australia wanting to talk about sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings, or relationships. Webchat – https://qlife.org.au/

Queerspace: Queerspace is an LGBTIQA+ health and wellbeing support service established in 2009 by LGBTIQA+ communities, for LGBTIQA+ communities. Queerspace has a focus on relationships: https://www.queerspace.org.au/contact/

Minus18: Minus 18 lead change, build social inclusion, and advocate for an Australia where all young people are safe, empowered, and surrounded by people that support them. https://www.minus18.org.au/about

Thorne Harbour Health: Thorne Harbour provides support for sex, sexuality, and gender diverse communities. http://www.thorneharbour.org

Rainbow Families: Rainbow Families Victoria is a volunteer community organisation based in Victoria, Australia. RFV supports and promotes equality for ‘rainbow’ families. https://pridecentre.org.au/resources/rainbow-families-victoria

Kids Helpline: a free, private and confidential telephone counselling service – 1800 55 1800 or kidshelpline.com.au

Parent line: a state-wide counselling and support service for all Victorian parents – 13 22 89 or 1300 272 736

Safe Steps: a domestic violence hotline service for women and children – 1800 015 188 www.safesteps.org.au

WIRE Helpline: free support, referral, and information for all Victorian women (non-binary and gender diverse inclusive) – 1300 134 130 www.wire.org.au

Relationship Space: an online program to help parents manage divorce – www.relationshipspace.com.au

Relationships Australia: www.relationships.org.au

 

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In this podcast, Rebecca Dahl and Sally Nicholes of Nicholes Family Lawyers speak with Joe Ball, CEO of Switchboard and Jessica Stott, acting CEO of WIRE (Women’s Information Referral Exchange) about Elder Issues in the […]http://media.rawvoice.
In this podcast, Rebecca Dahl and Sally Nicholes of Nicholes Family Lawyers speak with Joe Ball, CEO of Switchboard and Jessica Stott, acting CEO of WIRE (Women’s Information Referral Exchange) about Elder Issues in the LGBTQIA community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Switchboard is a not-for-profit organisation providing support services to the LGBTQIA+ community in Victoria, including its ‘Out & About’ social home visiting service for LGBTQIA+ Victorians at risk of social isolation and it’s various telephone and web-based counselling and referral services.
WIRE is a not-for-profit information and referral service for women, non-binary and gender diverse people in Victoria.
Our speakers talk about how their services are helping LGBTQIA+ Victorians during social isolation and how allies can help!
Disclaimer:  In this episode of the podcast we talk about suicide. We know this is a difficult topic for some people. We do not talk about the details of any specific suicide, and we will try to use terms like suicided instead of committed suicide, but even so, this content may be distressing for some people. If that’s you, please look after yourself and skip this episode – we’ve got heaps of other great content you can listen to instead.
Other useful links:
Switchboard: Switchboard Victoria provides peer-driven support services for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and gender diverse, intersex, queer, and asexual (LGBTIQA+) people, their families, allies, and communities – 1800 184 527 – http://www.switchboard.org.au
Q life: Qlife provides anonymous and free LGBTIQA+ peer support and referral for people in Australia wanting to talk about sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings, or relationships. Webchat – https://qlife.org.au/
Queerspace: Queerspace is an LGBTIQA+ health and wellbeing support service established in 2009 by LGBTIQA+ communities, for LGBTIQA+ communities. Queerspace has a focus on relationships: https://www.queerspace.org.au/contact/
Minus18: Minus 18 lead change, build social inclusion, and advocate for an Australia where all young people are safe, empowered, and surrounded by people that support them. https://www.minus18.org.au/about
Thorne Harbour Health: Thorne Harbour provides support for sex, sexuality, and gender diverse communities. http://www.thorneharbour.org
Rainbow Families: Rainbow Families Victoria is a volunteer community organisation based in Victoria, Australia. RFV supports and promotes equality for ‘rainbow’ families. https://pridecentre.org.au/resources/rainbow-families-victoria
Kids Helpline: a free, private and confidential telephone counselling service – 1800 55 1800 or kidshelpline.com.au
Parent line: a state-wide counselling and support service for all Victorian parents – 13 22 89 or 1300 272 736
Safe Steps: a domestic violence hotline service for women and children – 1800 015 188 www.safesteps.org.au
WIRE Helpline: free support, referral, and information for all Victorian women (non-binary and gender diverse inclusive) – 1300 134 130
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Parenting & The LGBTIQA+ Community during COVID-19 https://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/2020/05/25/parenting-covid-19/ Mon, 25 May 2020 06:52:11 +0000 http://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/?p=67 In this podcast, Rebecca Dahl, Sally Nicholes and Charlotte Wyles of Nicholes Family Lawyers speak with Rodney Chiang-Cruise about his surrogacy and IVF journey as a member of the LGTBIQA+ community and co-parenting his Rainbow […]

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In this podcast, Rebecca Dahl, Sally Nicholes and Charlotte Wyles of Nicholes Family Lawyers speak with Rodney Chiang-Cruise about his surrogacy and IVF journey as a member of the LGTBIQA+ community and co-parenting his Rainbow family in social isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please note that during this podcast we discuss the Victorian government’s suspension of elective surgeries in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, since recording the podcast, the Federal Government has indicated that certain elective surgeries (including IVF) will be able to recommence as of 25 April 2020.

Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au

Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.

Other useful links:

Gay Dads Australia: gaydadsaustralia.com.au

Switchboard: Switchboard Victoria provides peer-driven support services for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and gender diverse, intersex, queer, and asexual (LGBTIQA+) people, their families, allies, and communities – 1800 184 527 – http://www.switchboard.org.au

Q life: Qlife provides anonymous and free LGBTIQA+ peer support and referral for people in Australia wanting to talk about sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings, or relationships. Webchat – https://qlife.org.au/

Queerspace: Queerspace is an LGBTIQA+ health and wellbeing support service established in 2009 by LGBTIQA+ communities, for LGBTIQA+ communities. Queerspace has a focus on relationships: https://www.queerspace.org.au/contact/

Minus18: Minus 18 lead change, build social inclusion, and advocate for an Australia where all young people are safe, empowered, and surrounded by people that support them. https://www.minus18.org.au/about

Thorne Harbour Health: Thorne Harbour provides support for sex, sexuality, and gender diverse communities. http://www.thorneharbour.org

Rainbow Families: Rainbow Families Victoria is a volunteer community organisation based in Victoria, Australia. RFV supports and promotes equality for ‘rainbow’ families. https://pridecentre.org.au/resources/rainbow-families-victoria

Kids Helpline: a free, private and confidential telephone counselling service – 1800 55 1800 or kidshelpline.com.au

Parent line: a state-wide counselling and support service for all Victorian parents – 13 22 89 or 1300 272 736

Safe Steps: a domestic violence hotline service for women and children – 1800 015 188 www.safesteps.org.au

WIRE Helpline: free support, referral, and information for all Victorian women (non-binary and gender diverse inclusive) – 1300 134 130 www.wire.org.au

Relationship Space: an online program to help parents manage divorce – www.relationshipspace.com.au

Relationships Australia: www.relationships.org.au

 

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In this podcast, Rebecca Dahl, Sally Nicholes and Charlotte Wyles of Nicholes Family Lawyers speak with Rodney Chiang-Cruise about his surrogacy and IVF journey as a member of the LGTBIQA+ community and co-parenting his Rainbow […]http://media.
In this podcast, Rebecca Dahl, Sally Nicholes and Charlotte Wyles of Nicholes Family Lawyers speak with Rodney Chiang-Cruise about his surrogacy and IVF journey as a member of the LGTBIQA+ community and co-parenting his Rainbow family in social isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please note that during this podcast we discuss the Victorian government’s suspension of elective surgeries in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, since recording the podcast, the Federal Government has indicated that certain elective surgeries (including IVF) will be able to recommence as of 25 April 2020.
Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au
Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.
Other useful links:
Gay Dads Australia: gaydadsaustralia.com.au
Switchboard: Switchboard Victoria provides peer-driven support services for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and gender diverse, intersex, queer, and asexual (LGBTIQA+) people, their families, allies, and communities – 1800 184 527 – http://www.switchboard.org.au
Q life: Qlife provides anonymous and free LGBTIQA+ peer support and referral for people in Australia wanting to talk about sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings, or relationships. Webchat – https://qlife.org.au/
Queerspace: Queerspace is an LGBTIQA+ health and wellbeing support service established in 2009 by LGBTIQA+ communities, for LGBTIQA+ communities. Queerspace has a focus on relationships: https://www.queerspace.org.au/contact/
Minus18: Minus 18 lead change, build social inclusion, and advocate for an Australia where all young people are safe, empowered, and surrounded by people that support them. https://www.minus18.org.au/about
Thorne Harbour Health: Thorne Harbour provides support for sex, sexuality, and gender diverse communities. http://www.thorneharbour.org
Rainbow Families: Rainbow Families Victoria is a volunteer community organisation based in Victoria, Australia. RFV supports and promotes equality for ‘rainbow’ families. https://pridecentre.org.au/resources/rainbow-families-victoria
Kids Helpline: a free, private and confidential telephone counselling service – 1800 55 1800 or kidshelpline.com.au
Parent line: a state-wide counselling and support service for all Victorian parents – 13 22 89 or 1300 272 736
Safe Steps: a domestic violence hotline service for women and children – 1800 015 188 www.safesteps.org.au
WIRE Helpline: free support, referral, and information for all Victorian women (non-binary and gender diverse inclusive) – 1300 134 130 www.wire.org.au
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JOY 94.9 - LGBTIQA+ Podcasts from Australia 1 10 clean 35:54 The effect of COVID-19 on Business Valuations in Family Law https://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/2020/05/22/business-valuations/ Thu, 21 May 2020 21:16:23 +0000 http://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/?p=54 Before negotiating or litigating a family law settlement all assets (including any business assets) need to be valued, either by the parties ascribing an agreed value of appointing an expert accountant to independently value the […]

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Before negotiating or litigating a family law settlement all assets (including any business assets) need to be valued, either by the parties ascribing an agreed value of appointing an expert accountant to independently value the asset.

However, in light of the current COVID-19 crisis and the Australian and Victorian government’s response (where we have seen whole industries limited in their ability to trade) how are expert accountants valuing small to medium-sized businesses in the current economic climate?

Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au

Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.

Useful Links:

Kids Helpline: a free, private and confidential telephone counselling service – 1800 55 1800 or https://kidshelpline.com.au/

Parent line: a state-wide counselling and support service for all Victorian parents – 13 22 89 or 1300 272 736

Safe Steps: a domestic violence hotline service for women and children – 1800 015 188 https://www.safesteps.org.au/

WIRE Helpline: free support, referral, and information for all Victorian women (non-binary and gender diverse inclusive) – 1300 134 130 https://www.wire.org.au/

Relationship Space: an online program to help parents manage divorce – https://www.relationshipspace.com.au

Online Family Violence Intervention Order Application – https://fvio.mcv.vic.gov.au

Relationships Australia: https://www.relationships.org.au/

 

 

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Before negotiating or litigating a family law settlement all assets (including any business assets) need to be valued, either by the parties ascribing an agreed value of appointing an expert accountant to independently value the […]http://media. Before negotiating or litigating a family law settlement all assets (including any business assets) need to be valued, either by the parties ascribing an agreed value of appointing an expert accountant to independently value the asset.
However, in light of the current COVID-19 crisis and the Australian and Victorian government’s response (where we have seen whole industries limited in their ability to trade) how are expert accountants valuing small to medium-sized businesses in the current economic climate?
Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au
Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.
Useful Links:
Kids Helpline: a free, private and confidential telephone counselling service – 1800 55 1800 or https://kidshelpline.com.au/
Parent line: a state-wide counselling and support service for all Victorian parents – 13 22 89 or 1300 272 736
Safe Steps: a domestic violence hotline service for women and children – 1800 015 188 https://www.safesteps.org.au/
WIRE Helpline: free support, referral, and information for all Victorian women (non-binary and gender diverse inclusive) – 1300 134 130 https://www.wire.org.au/
Relationship Space: an online program to help parents manage divorce – https://www.relationshipspace.com.au
Online Family Violence Intervention Order Application – https://fvio.mcv.vic.gov.au
Relationships Australia: https://www.relationships.org.au/
 
 

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Planning For Your Future: Wills & Estate Planning during COVID-19 https://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/2020/05/20/wills-estate-planning/ Tue, 19 May 2020 21:17:13 +0000 http://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/?p=53 Estate and succession planning has always been an important consideration for individuals planning how to transition assets to the next generation and preserve their legacy. However, with the COVID-19 pandemic, it has perhaps become even […]

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Estate and succession planning has always been an important consideration for individuals planning how to transition assets to the next generation and preserve their legacy.

However, with the COVID-19 pandemic, it has perhaps become even more important to plan for our futures. Social isolation has also created unforeseen barriers which may require some forward planning to overcome.

In this podcast, Sally Nicholes, Managing Partner of Nicholes Family Lawyers is joined by Malcolm Campbell, Principal Lawyer at Nicholas O’Donohue & Co to discuss Wills, Estate Planning and Powers of Attorney in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s not all serious though, the two do share a good laugh!

Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.

Useful links:

Nicholas O’Donohue & Co: www.nodco.com.au

Kids Helpline: A free, private and confidential telephone counselling service – 1800 55 1800 or https://kidshelpline.com.au

Parent line: A state-wide counselling and support service for all Victorian parents – 13 22 89 or 1300 272 736

Safe Steps: A domestic violence hotline service for women and children – 1800 015 188 https://www.safesteps.org.au

WIRE Helpline: Free support, referral, and information for all Victorian women (non-binary and gender diverse inclusive) – 1300 134 130 https://www.wire.org.au

Relationship Space: An online program to help parents manage divorce – https://www.relationshipspace.com.au

Online Family Violence Intervention Order Application – https://fvio.mcv.vic.gov.au

Relationships Australia: https://www.relationships.org.au

Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.

 

 

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Estate and succession planning has always been an important consideration for individuals planning how to transition assets to the next generation and preserve their legacy. However, with the COVID-19 pandemic,
Estate and succession planning has always been an important consideration for individuals planning how to transition assets to the next generation and preserve their legacy.
However, with the COVID-19 pandemic, it has perhaps become even more important to plan for our futures. Social isolation has also created unforeseen barriers which may require some forward planning to overcome.
In this podcast, Sally Nicholes, Managing Partner of Nicholes Family Lawyers is joined by Malcolm Campbell, Principal Lawyer at Nicholas O’Donohue & Co to discuss Wills, Estate Planning and Powers of Attorney in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s not all serious though, the two do share a good laugh!
Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.
Useful links:
Nicholas O’Donohue & Co: www.nodco.com.au
Kids Helpline: A free, private and confidential telephone counselling service – 1800 55 1800 or https://kidshelpline.com.au
Parent line: A state-wide counselling and support service for all Victorian parents – 13 22 89 or 1300 272 736
Safe Steps: A domestic violence hotline service for women and children – 1800 015 188 https://www.safesteps.org.au
WIRE Helpline: Free support, referral, and information for all Victorian women (non-binary and gender diverse inclusive) – 1300 134 130 https://www.wire.org.au
Relationship Space: An online program to help parents manage divorce – https://www.relationshipspace.com.au
Online Family Violence Intervention Order Application – https://fvio.mcv.vic.gov.au
Relationships Australia: https://www.relationships.org.au
Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.
 
 

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Financial Hardship & COVID-19 https://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/2020/05/18/financial-hardship/ Mon, 18 May 2020 02:48:36 +0000 http://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/?p=52 The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have been far-reaching in Australia, both from an economic and social perspective. However, for the most vulnerable in our community, including women experiencing family violence, these are particularly trying […]

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The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have been far-reaching in Australia, both from an economic and social perspective. However, for the most vulnerable in our community, including women experiencing family violence, these are particularly trying times.

Sally Nicholes and Keturah Sageman of Nicholes Family Lawyers are joined by Jessica Stott of WIRE and Sam Hunt of Warr Hunt Financial and Wealth Managers to discuss the financial ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic on the most vulnerable in society.

Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au

Disclaimer: Sam Hunt is a Director of Warr Hunt Pty Ltd and is an Authorised and Credit Representative of WH Capital Pty Ltd (AFSL & ACL 469418). Any advice from Sam Hunt in this podcast is of a general nature only and has not been tailored to your personal circumstances. Please seek personal advice from WARR HUNT prior to acting on this information. Before making a decision to acquire a financial product, you should obtain and read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) relating to that product. Past performance is not indicative or a guarantee of future performance

Useful links:

Warr Hunt Financial and Wealth Managers www.warrhunt.com.au

WIRE Helpline: free support, referral, and information for all Victorian women (non-binary and gender diverse inclusive) – 1300 134 130 www.wire.org.au

Kids Helpline: a free, private and confidential telephone counselling service – 1800 55 1800 or kidshelpline.com.au

Parent line: A state-wide counselling and support service for all Victorian parents – 13 22 89 or 1300 272 736

Safe Steps: a domestic violence hotline service for women and children – 1800 015 188 www.safesteps.org.au

Relationship Space: an online program to help parents manage divorce – www.relationshipspace.com.au

Online Family Violence Intervention Order Application – fvio.mcv.vic.gov.au

Relationships Australia: www.relationships.org.au

Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.

 

 

 

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The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have been far-reaching in Australia, both from an economic and social perspective. However, for the most vulnerable in our community, including women experiencing family violence,
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have been far-reaching in Australia, both from an economic and social perspective. However, for the most vulnerable in our community, including women experiencing family violence, these are particularly trying times.
Sally Nicholes and Keturah Sageman of Nicholes Family Lawyers are joined by Jessica Stott of WIRE and Sam Hunt of Warr Hunt Financial and Wealth Managers to discuss the financial ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic on the most vulnerable in society.
Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au
Disclaimer: Sam Hunt is a Director of Warr Hunt Pty Ltd and is an Authorised and Credit Representative of WH Capital Pty Ltd (AFSL & ACL 469418). Any advice from Sam Hunt in this podcast is of a general nature only and has not been tailored to your personal circumstances. Please seek personal advice from WARR HUNT prior to acting on this information. Before making a decision to acquire a financial product, you should obtain and read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) relating to that product. Past performance is not indicative or a guarantee of future performance
Useful links:
Warr Hunt Financial and Wealth Managers www.warrhunt.com.au
WIRE Helpline: free support, referral, and information for all Victorian women (non-binary and gender diverse inclusive) – 1300 134 130 www.wire.org.au
Kids Helpline: a free, private and confidential telephone counselling service – 1800 55 1800 or kidshelpline.com.au
Parent line: A state-wide counselling and support service for all Victorian parents – 13 22 89 or 1300 272 736
Safe Steps: a domestic violence hotline service for women and children – 1800 015 188 www.safesteps.org.au
Relationship Space: an online program to help parents manage divorce – www.relationshipspace.com.au
Online Family Violence Intervention Order Application – fvio.mcv.vic.gov.au
Relationships Australia: www.relationships.org.au
Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.
 
 
 

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Cyber safety during COVID-19: in conversation with Lesley Podesta, CEO of Alannah & Madeline Foundation and Lesa Gale, Assistant Commissioner Northern Command of the AFP https://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/2020/05/12/cyber-safety-covid-19/ Tue, 12 May 2020 05:59:46 +0000 http://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/?p=43 As the nation undergoes social isolation, Australian children are looking to their devices for entertainment, to connect with friends and for education purposes. While online mediums can increase connection, they also increase children’s exposure to […]

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As the nation undergoes social isolation, Australian children are looking to their devices for entertainment, to connect with friends and for education purposes. While online mediums can increase connection, they also increase children’s exposure to potential risks including bullying and exploitation.

In this podcast Managing Partner Sally Nicholes joins Lesley Podesta, CEO of the Alannah & Madeline Foundation and Lesa Gale, AFP Assistant Commissioner, to discuss online safety for children amidst the COVID-19 crisis.

Lesley Podesta’s biography: http://www.amf.org.au/bio-articles/lesley-podesta/

Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au

Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this pod cast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.

Useful Links:

ThinkUKnow Australia: https://www.thinkuknow.org.au/

Alannah & Madeline Foundation eSmart Digital Licence: https://www.digitallicence.com.au/

Dolly’s Dream DigiPledge: https://dollysdream.org.au/

Esmart Schools: https://www.esmart.org.au/

Kids Helpline: a free, private and confidential telephone counselling service – 1800 55 1800 or https://kidshelpline.com.au/

Parent line: a state-wide counselling and support service for all Victorian parents – 13 22 89 or 1300 272 736

Safe Steps: a domestic violence hotline service for women and children – 1800 015 188 https://www.safesteps.org.au/

WIRE Helpline: free support, referral, and information for all Victorian women (non-binary and gender diverse inclusive) – 1300 134 130 https://www.wire.org.au/

Relationship Space: an online program to help parents manage divorce – https://www.relationshipspace.com.au

Online Family Violence Intervention Order Application – https://fvio.mcv.vic.gov.au

Relationships Australia: https://www.relationships.org.au/

 

 

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As the nation undergoes social isolation, Australian children are looking to their devices for entertainment, to connect with friends and for education purposes. While online mediums can increase connection,
As the nation undergoes social isolation, Australian children are looking to their devices for entertainment, to connect with friends and for education purposes. While online mediums can increase connection, they also increase children’s exposure to potential risks including bullying and exploitation.
In this podcast Managing Partner Sally Nicholes joins Lesley Podesta, CEO of the Alannah & Madeline Foundation and Lesa Gale, AFP Assistant Commissioner, to discuss online safety for children amidst the COVID-19 crisis.
Lesley Podesta’s biography: http://www.amf.org.au/bio-articles/lesley-podesta/
Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au
Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this pod cast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.
Useful Links:
ThinkUKnow Australia: https://www.thinkuknow.org.au/
Alannah & Madeline Foundation eSmart Digital Licence: https://www.digitallicence.com.au/
Dolly’s Dream DigiPledge: https://dollysdream.org.au/
Esmart Schools: https://www.esmart.org.au/
Kids Helpline: a free, private and confidential telephone counselling service – 1800 55 1800 or https://kidshelpline.com.au/
Parent line: a state-wide counselling and support service for all Victorian parents – 13 22 89 or 1300 272 736
Safe Steps: a domestic violence hotline service for women and children – 1800 015 188 https://www.safesteps.org.au/
WIRE Helpline: free support, referral, and information for all Victorian women (non-binary and gender diverse inclusive) – 1300 134 130 https://www.wire.org.au/
Relationship Space: an online program to help parents manage divorce – https://www.relationshipspace.com.au
Online Family Violence Intervention Order Application – https://fvio.mcv.vic.gov.au
Relationships Australia: https://www.relationships.org.au/
 
 

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Social Isolation for Rainbow Families https://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/2020/05/12/social-isolation-rainbow-families/ Mon, 11 May 2020 21:16:13 +0000 http://joy.org.au/nicholesfamilylawyerspodcast/?p=40 No two families are the same, and this beautiful diversity will likely give rise to a range of experiences in quarantine. In this podcast, Sally Nicholes and Rebecca Dahl, Partners of Nicholes Family Lawyers are […]

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No two families are the same, and this beautiful diversity will likely give rise to a range of experiences in quarantine.

In this podcast, Sally Nicholes and Rebecca Dahl, Partners of Nicholes Family Lawyers are joined by guests Jac Tomlins, Michelle Sheppard, and Jason Tuazon-McCheyne to discuss how members of the LGBTQIA+ community and Rainbow families may be experiencing social isolation.

Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au

Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.

Useful Links:

Switchboard: Switchboard Victoria provides peer-driven support services for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and gender diverse, intersex, queer, and asexual (LGBTIQA+) people, their families, allies, and communities – 1800 184 527 – http://www.switchboard.org.au/

Q life: Qlife provides anonymous and free LGBTIQA+ peer support and referral for people in Australia wanting to talk about sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings, or relationships. Webchat – https://qlife.org.au/

Queerspace: Queerspace is an LGBTIQA+ health and wellbeing support service established in 2009 by LGBTIQA+ communities, for LGBTIQA+ communities. Queerspace has a focus on relationships: https://www.queerspace.org.au/contact/

Minus18: Minus 18 lead change, build social inclusion, and advocate for an Australia where all young people are safe, empowered, and surrounded by people that support them. https://www.minus18.org.au/about

Thorne Harbour Health: Thorne Harbour provides support for sex, sexuality, and gender diverse communities. http://www.thorneharbour.org

Rainbow Families: Rainbow Families Victoria is a volunteer community organisation based in Victoria, Australia. RFV supports and promotes equality for ‘rainbow’ families. https://pridecentre.org.au/resources/rainbow-families-victoria

 

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No two families are the same, and this beautiful diversity will likely give rise to a range of experiences in quarantine.
In this podcast, Sally Nicholes and Rebecca Dahl, Partners of Nicholes Family Lawyers are joined by guests Jac Tomlins, Michelle Sheppard, and Jason Tuazon-McCheyne to discuss how members of the LGBTQIA+ community and Rainbow families may be experiencing social isolation.
Find out more about Nicholes Family Lawyers at https://nicholeslaw.com.au
Disclaimer: Nicholes Family Lawyers intends the information provided in this podcast as general information only, please contact Nicholes Family lawyers if you require specific information and advice in relation to any family law matter.
Useful Links:
Switchboard: Switchboard Victoria provides peer-driven support services for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and gender diverse, intersex, queer, and asexual (LGBTIQA+) people, their families, allies, and communities – 1800 184 527 – http://www.switchboard.org.au/
Q life: Qlife provides anonymous and free LGBTIQA+ peer support and referral for people in Australia wanting to talk about sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings, or relationships. Webchat – https://qlife.org.au/
Queerspace: Queerspace is an LGBTIQA+ health and wellbeing support service established in 2009 by LGBTIQA+ communities, for LGBTIQA+ communities. Queerspace has a focus on relationships: https://www.queerspace.org.au/contact/
Minus18: Minus 18 lead change, build social inclusion, and advocate for an Australia where all young people are safe, empowered, and surrounded by people that support them. https://www.minus18.org.au/about
Thorne Harbour Health: Thorne Harbour provides support for sex, sexuality, and gender diverse communities. http://www.thorneharbour.org
Rainbow Families: Rainbow Families Victoria is a volunteer community organisation based in Victoria, Australia. RFV supports and promotes equality for ‘rainbow’ families. https://pridecentre.org.au/resources/rainbow-families-victoria
 

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