Family Law

We care about your family law concerns as well as your wellbeing. Yes, we really care.

When you separate with your partner, there are many things you might consider. When and how can I get a divorce? Is my partner going to get my properties and money? Will I lose my house? I want my children to live with me, what should I do? Can I force him to leave the house? How much time do I have?

Separation & Divorce

Separation & Divorce

We can apply a divorce for you, if you have separated with your partner for 12 months.

Property Division

Property Division

There are more cost-effective and efficient ways to settlement your property affairs than initiating a court application– (1) Binding Financial Agreement or (2) Consent Orders.

Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial Agreement is considered a form of property agreement in Australia. If you and your partner are getting married and want to set out how properties are divided in case if you separate (hopefully not), then both parties have to engage a solicitor to draw up a Prenup.

Children

Children

Children should be considered first in a separation. Parents are the most important people in your children's lives and you should make the best arrangement for them.

Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence

If you are a victim of domestic violence and you are in danger, please call the police. But in any situation, domestic violence is unacceptable!

Spousal Maintenance

Spousal Maintenance

You may be able to apply for spousal maintenance, if you can prove that you need financial support because you can’t afford your living expenses, and that your ex-partner is able to pay for them.

We can assist you with the following:

  • Writing a Separation Letter to your ex-partner
  • Divorce application
  • Property division
  • Pre-nuptial Agreements (Pre-nup)
  • Binding Financial Agreements
  • Application for Consent Orders
  • Acting for you in the best interest of your Children
  • Domestic Violence matters
  • Family related Litigation
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