Have you Separated? Find out What to Do Next
Ending your relationship is one of the most significant decisions you will ever make.
To help make that decision, or move forward once the decision is made, you need an actionable strategy in place based on your economic and emotional needs.
This guide will help you feel empowered, informed and prepared, including understanding what your priorities, goals and major concerns are for you and your family, right now and in the future.
Why choose us?
We understand you are committed to having a respectful and amicable separation.
We will work with you to develop a strategy that achieves that goal.
If you choose to work with us, you will feel supported through your separation with legal advice and information that helps you understand your options, and you will feel in control of the decisions you are making about your future.
We do this with a kind, compassionate and caring approach.
We are also committed to minimising the economic and emotional impact your separation will have on you and your family by using fixed price agreements.
Our fixed price proposals are tailored to your circumstances and take into account your economic and emotional needs. They set 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 their well-being may be your biggest concern through your separation.
We understand you may 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 legal advice and information and help you negotiate parenting arrangements that are best for your children and help you maintain a positive co-parenting relationship with your spouse in the future.
Property & Financial Matters
You have worked hard to get the things you have – whether you were the 9-5’er, or you kept the household running and looked after the children.
You want to make sure you and your spouse reach an agreement that is acceptable to both of you.
Whether you are married or de facto, Megan will provide you legal advice and information to help you negotiate a financial settlement.
We will then help you record it in a legally binding way, using an approach that respects your commitment to achieving an amicable separation.
Divorce & separation without court
We are committed to helping you finalise your separation without litigation in a way that is dignified, respectful and leaves you feeling calm and in control of your future.
We will help you develop a strategy for your separation using mediation, collaboration or negotiation and provide you with options about how you can formally record any agreements reached to provide you with certainty for your future.
Have you separated?
Enter your details here and we will send you our free guide for what to do once you have made the decision to separate.