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Intervention Orders and how they can impact you in family law and criminal proceedings:

The impact of Intervention orders on family law matters and the potential criminal implications/breach of a family violence order


Zagi Kozarov of Kozarov Lawyers has been named as a finalist in the Lawyers Weekly Partner of the Year Awards for 2021 Wellness Advocate of the Year.


Working with you during COVID-19. 

In light of the recent unprecedented global COVID-19 pandemic, Kozarov Lawyers is closely monitoring the situation as it unfolds, as your health and well being is our top priority.

Family Dispute Resolution

When parents are faced with disputes over their children, the decisions are made pursuant the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth).


The Family Law Act applies to all children, whether their parents married, just lived together, or never lived together.

Family Reports

A Family Report assists the Court in providing information about the child/ren, your ex-spouse and yourself. It assists the Court in identifying what is in the best interests of the children. A Family Report is likely one of the documents that will assist the Court in making an Order in relation to the children and the Court will consider it as expert evidence.


Ms Zagi Kozarov has been nominated as the finalist in the Lawyers Weekly - Women in Law Awards - Wellness Advocate of the Year for 2020.

"I’m working actively towards bringing an awareness to personal wellness and also highlighting wellness in the workplace.  

I am humbled to be recognised and proud to be named as a finalist. "


The Family Law Act recognises 

de-facto relationships.


The requirements to meet this definition is as follows:

  • You were in a relationship for at least 2 years;

  • At least one of the parties to the relationship was an ordinarily resident;


Our recent precedent case.

A parenting dispute about the best interests of a child. The Mother, sought to relocate the child to another country, the Father adamantly opposed the relocation, fearing that his relationship with his son will be, effectively, sundered if it occurred.




Generally, prior to filing an application for a divorce, you must have separated for 12 months. It is preferable to have evidence that you have separated as sometimes disputes may arise in circumstances where one party alleges separation has been less than 12 months.

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