We help couples that are going through a relationship breakdown get agreement on your property settlement and parenting plans, helping you spend time with your kids, get your fair share of the property and preserve your relationship with your former partner.
For more details see the following:
Children and Parenting
I want my children to live with me. What can I do?
In most cases, the Family Law Courts encourage the parents of children to decide what will happen with the care of children after a relationship breakdown.
I’ve separated from my spouse, how do we sort out our property?
One of the main areas of family law is property settlements. The law regarding property settlements is the same (in most states and territories)
What is divorce?
Divorce is a severing of the legal bond of marriage between husband and wife. This in effect is the severing of the legal relationship, where husband and wife are no longer legally bound to each other’s commitments.
Binding Financial Agreements
What is a Binding Financial Agreement?
A Binding Financial Agreement is a formal document that sets out how property will be divided up in the event of a relationship breakdown. You can make a binding financial agreement before you enter a relationship,
De Facto Couples
What happens if a De facto couple splits up?
If you and your partner have separated after 1 March 2009, then the law treats your relationship break down in a similar way as married couples. This applies for both heterosexual and same sex de facto couples
Same Sex Couples
What happens if a same sex couple splits up?
If you and your partner have separated after 1 March 2009, then the law treats your relationship break down in a similar way as married couples. This applies for both heterosexual and same sex de facto couples.