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Family Law

We understand that a breakdown of a marriage or relationship can be one of the most stressful times of your life – we want you to know that you are not alone.


  • Divorce
  • Property settlement
  • Validity of marriage
  • Adoption
  • Binding financial agreements
  • Child Protection
  • Parenting
  • Surrogacy
  • Child support


“It takes a big heart to raiselittle minds.”

When you have children the last thing you expect is to wind up in a parenting dispute. We understand that this can often result in feelings of angst and disappointment. By taking the pressure off you, we enable you to navigate through these feelings and focus on what’s important.

Leave the tough stuff to us and trust that with our experience and dedication to the area, we will support you in achieving a parenting arrangement that is best suited to your children.

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Are you thinking about ending your marriage? Let us explain your options.

Technically speaking, divorce is the legal dissolution of a marriage. It is often necessary for strategic legal reasons such as the drafting of wills.

There are many things to consider when applying for a divorce in Australia and depending on your circumstances, the process can be timely and involve unnecessary angst.

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After the breakdown of a relationship, the idea of dividing property can often be overwhelming. That’s where we come in.

The division of property post separation can be complex and involves the consideration of both financial and non-financial contributions.

With the guidance of our experienced family law team, you will be left feeling confident that your interests are at the forefront of every decision that will support you in achieving a parenting arrangement that is best suited to your children.

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Say hello to the modern day, incredibly complex prenup. Binding Financial Agreements (‘BFAs’) are technical and legally binding documents that can only be completed with the help of a solicitor.

BFAs can be entered into before marriage or cohabitation, during the relationship or after divorce or separation.

Whether you wanting to draft your own BFA or have received one from a past or current partner, it is imperative that you understand the agreement and its effects.