Brandis: Opposition to delay superannuation changes

Brendan Nelson said recently that the Opposition would send the Government’s superannuation changes to committee in the Senate. Now Shadow Attorney-General, Senator George Brandis has confirmed that this might result in delays in the passage of the bill as late as September, and the Opposition may not guarantee any backdating to 1 July 2008. Whilst… Read More »Custom Single Post Header

Family Law Section Law Council of Australia Award
Member of Queensland law society
Family law Practitioners Association
International Academy of Family Lawyers - IAFL
Mediator Standards Board

Brandis: Opposition to delay superannuation changes

Brendan Nelson said recently that the Opposition would send the Government’s superannuation changes to committee in the Senate.

Now Shadow Attorney-General, Senator George Brandis has confirmed that this might result in delays in the passage of the bill as late as September, and the Opposition may not guarantee any backdating to 1 July 2008.

Whilst there will be inevitably be criticism of this move, Brandis is clearly on the record for supporting equal rights .

Things to Read, Watch & Listen

Who Is a Parent Then – Is Three a Crowd?

Stephen Page’s Paper presented to the Legal Services Commission, Adelaide on 19 November, 2021.

The Importance of Reaching Out Early Following Separation

In this video, Accredited Family Law Specialist Bruce Provan shares the importance of reaching out early if you’re contemplating or going through a separation.

The Changes to the Family Law System

In this video, Accredited Family Law Specialist Bruce Provan keeps us in the loop on the changes to the family law system.