Family Law

Our Australian family lawyers bring clarity to complex family issues, providing advice and solutions that are unique to each client. We'll work hard to resolve your matter quickly and cost-effectively.

Disputes are difficult for everyone involved, so we work quickly and support you every step of the way. We have extensive experience in Australian family law services, including advising on, negotiating and sorting:

  • parenting arrangements and child support
  • property and financial settlements
  • de facto and same sex relationships
  • divorce
  • family violence issues
  • consent orders and financial agreements
  • wills and estate planning

Division of property and related commercial matters

We can advise you on related commercial issues, and assist with protecting your assets, including drafting wills and acting in cases where a deceased estate is contested.

Family Court appearances

We will work with you and provide a range tools to resolve your family law dispute. Those dispute resolution tools include negotiation, mediation, collaborative law, arbitration and litigation. If your case requires the court to adjudicate we will help minimise the strain by ensuring your case is strongly and effectively argued.

Latest Insights

Family Law: Custody Arrangements Over Christmas

November 19, 2020

Preparing for the festive season can be a frantic and stressful time for everyone, but can be especially difficult for those with separated families. If you and your partner are separated, knowing the answers to…

Read More

Case Note: Hsiao v Fazarri [2020] HCA 35

October 27, 2020

Background The Husband (58 at time of trial) and the Wife (44) commenced an intimate relationship in 2012 while the Husband was still residing with his former spouse. The couple only lived together intermittently and…

Read More

Insolvency Reforms: for better or for worse?

September 25, 2020

On 24 September 2020, the Australian Federal Government announced what it called the most significant reforms to Australia’s insolvency framework in over 30 years. “The reforms, which draw on key features from Chapter 11 of…

Read More