Have you Separated? Find out What to Do Next
The decision to end your relationship is one of the most significant decisions you will ever make.
Once the decision has been made, there are many different factors to consider. One of which is who to see for legal advice.
Even if you haven't quite reached an agreement, or you haven't yet separate, you need advice about your legal rights and entitlements and the many other factors to consider; this guide will help you feel empowered, informed and prepared for the next stage.
We understand you and your spouse want to keep your separation amicable, and you can agree together how to divide your assets.
Our approach is to support you through your separation by helping you understand your choices and options, without disrupting that amicable relationship.
We are also committed to minimising the financial and emotional impact your separation will have on you and your family by using fixed fee agreements, setting out in a clear and straightforward way what we will do, how much it will cost, and how long it will take.
Children & Parenting Matters
Your children make your house a home and they rock your world. If your relationship has broken down with your spouse, we understand you will be concerned about how much time your children will spend with you, how you will support them financially, and how you can stay involved in their lives helping them grow into the strong, healthy and independent adults you imagined.
Megan will provide you advice and support to help you negotiate parenting arrangements that are best for your children.
And if you and your spouse can't work it out together, Megan is committed to helping you find the right solution without litigation through mediation, collaborative law or negotiation.
Property & Financial Matters
You have worked hard to get the things you have – maybe you were the 9-5’er, or you kept the household running and looked after the kids.
You want to secure your financial future and make sure your contributions are properly recognised in a financial settlement.
Whether you are married or de facto, Megan will give you advice and information to help you negotiate a financial settlement before we record it for you in a way that is legally binding. And if you can't negotiate together, Megan is committed to helping you find a resolution without litigation through mediation, collaborative law, or negotiation.
Divorce & separation without court
We are committed to helping you finalise your separation without litigation in a way that is dignified, respectful and away from the Family Law Courts. We will help you find the right solution for you and your family - either by recording the agreement you reach together in a way that is legally binding, or through mediation, collaboration or negotiation.
Have you separated?
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