Have you recently separated?
Are you wondering what your options are regarding the children and property?
Are you contemplating marriage or entering into a de facto relationship and concerned about asset protection?
There have been major changes in legislation in relation to de facto property law and you may wish to consider entering into pre cohabitation agreements (similar to pre nuptial agreements) which can allay concerns about your property in the event that you do separate.
Feel free to contact our Accredited Family Law Specialist who will navigate you through your various options which include mediation, solicitor-led negotiation, collaborative law and litigation where necessary.
Our lawyers have extensive experience in family and de facto law (including property and children) and child support issues and will listen and respond to your concerns with empathy and respect. Consistent with current practice we remain child focused at all times seeking to ensure that their best interests are looked after.
We can also assist you with Wills and Conveyancing should you require them following a breakdown of a relationship. Additionally, over the years, we have developed good relationships with providers of ancillary services such as refinance, superannuation advice, financial planning and taxation advice who together with us can assist with maximising your financial future.
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