Family Law is a highly specialised field so you need to make sure you have the right representation, no matter what your situation.
If you are experiencing a family breakdown or separation you need a legal professional who is confident and experienced.
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Relationships involve many complex legal issues such as the sharing of property, de facto relationships and separation. We pride ourselves on providing sound and common sense advice that is focused on solutions rather than disputes.
- Provide advice to people entering relationships about their rights and responsibilities.
- Prepare a Prenuptial Agreement or Property Sharing Deed.
- Advise on the division of Relationship Property.
- Advise on Trusts and other property arrangements in relation to relationship property law.
- Draft Relationship Property Agreements and provide independent advice on agreements.
If you have separated or are contemplating separating from your spouse or partner it is important to seek legal advice early.
There are many legal pitfalls that we will be able to advise you on and assist you in avoiding. We will advise you on your legal position under the Property (Relationships) Act 1976 and assist with any negotiations in respect of any settlement agreements reached between the parties.
Divorce is the official recognition of the end of a marriage. You may apply to the Family Court for a divorce if you have been separated from your spouse for two years. We can assist you through this process.
We pride ourselves on achieving the best possible outcome for clients in the shortest possible timeframe.
Following the separation of parents, children, some will require certainty in regards to their living arrangements.
There are many ways for parents or guardians to record their agreement in respect of the children, some parents need only rely on a verbal arrangement, however others may require a written agreement, either binding the parents privately or via a sealed court order.
We can assist with all aspects of negotiating, preparing and enforcing parental agreements, including litigation through the Family Court.