De-Facto Separation

At the end of a de-facto relationship, you may need to divide assets and debts between yourself and your ex-partner prior to going your separate ways. It’s highly recommended that you hire a qualified lawyer from a reputable law firm to help you navigate the process.

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Family Law Solicitors


Family law solicitors are trained to act in an objective and impartial manner, which is beneficial when resolving matters of a highly personal nature.

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How To Get An AVO


The AVO process can be complicated and overwhelming. That is where specialist solicitors come in. We are able to assist you throughout the whole process.

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Defacto relationships and marriage – what is the difference?

Difference between married and defacto

Couples in a defacto relationship have similar legal rights as those who are married. But there are some key differences between being married and being a defacto that you should know.

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