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Divorce
& Separation

when the unthinkable happens…

When you start out on your journey together it is unlikely that you are thinking about how it might all fall apart. We don’t plan our relationships thinking this will do for now or the next 5 years.

Things to consider

If you are separated or contemplating separation it is important to understand the process and some of the terminology used in getting ‘a divorce’.

How your property will be divided?

If you have children, what will the arrangements will be for your children?

What income might you need to receive to meet your expenses?

What support will you need for the children living with you?

When your relationship ends we can assist you

When you make an appointment to meet with one of our family lawyers you will receive detailed information and advice tailored to your circumstance; an assessment of realistic outcomes for you; and a strategy to best assist you to resolve your matter as efficiently as possible. 

Our team of family law specialists can assist you to:

  • Apply for a divorce after you have been separated for 12 months;
  • Negotiate and document a short or long term parenting agreement (previously called ‘custody’);
  • Negotiate and document your property settlement;
  • Go to the Family Court if your matter is in court or proceedings are necessary;
  • Facilitate a mediation or attend mediation with you;
  • Apply for or respond to a domestic violence protection order.

book an appointment

We understand that each case is unique and would be more than happy to answer any questions you have in relation to your family law matter. Click below to book a discovery call or initial consultation with our legal team.

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