Megan Sweetlove is a mother, wife, business owner and a family lawyer.
She is also a woman who understands that when making the decision to separate, you want to understand what the process is; what the steps are once you communicate your decision to separate; what happens next; and how to do it all in a way that minimises the financial and emotional cost to you and your family.
With close to 10 years experience as a family lawyer, Megan has worked with a lot of families in a lot of different situations – she has worked with families who find themselves in the Family Court process; and she has helped many families successfully resolve their separation without going through the Family Law Courts.
Those experiences, combined with becoming a parent and having her own business, has helped Megan realise how important it is to preserve your own well-being through separation as well as the relationship with your former spouse, not only for the benefit of your children, but also for your future – even when it is really difficult to do so, and even when those relationships are very fragile.
So what happens when you choose Megan Sweetlove as your lawyer?
- From the outset, Megan will speak with you on the telephone, or by Skype or FaceTime to gain a general understanding of the help you need and answer any burning questions you need answered immediately. We think that when you are making the decision to trust someone with your most personal information and the welfare and future of your family, it’s really important to break the ice and make sure that person is someone you feel comfortable with. You can book a time for a phone call here.
- You will most likely need more information after that first phone call and so, when you are ready, you can make a fixed price appointment by phone, Skype, FaceTime or in person. During that appointment, you can have an in depth discussion about your situation and Megan can help you identify what your ideal outcome looks like, and what steps you can take to achieve that outcome. By the end of that appointment, you will have a plan for how you are going to resolve your separation so that you and your family can move forward.
- Megan will talk to you and provide you with information about your separation and your options in plain English, at every step, so that you can make sure you are confident in the decisions you are making about your future.
Megan is passionate about families and relationships and she believes that for most families, it is really important to redefine your relationship in a positive way, so that you can move forward for the benefit of your children. Megan believes that part of the process of creating your positive future is to finalise your financial matters is a dignified and respectful way.
Megan’s goal is to help you find a way to resolve your divorce, without the need to go through Court.
Our focus is on helping you negotiate an outcome that you and your spouse are both comfortable with, and which will help your family move forward in a positive way.
Let Megan Sweetlove be the first you turn to for effective, professional and sensitive legal representation.
Welcome to our site, we hope that you find some useful information here and if you have some questions or concerns, please get in touch.
What do our clients say about Megan Sweetlove?
“I cannot express how relieved I feel that the financial settlement has been brought to a close and most importantly, that the outcome is in my favour.
It’s a brilliant result.
You have ensured this process has run seamlessly due to your wise counsel and sound advice.
Every step of the way, I felt fully informed and knowledgeable regarding the actions we were undertaking and how things were proceeding. Because of your exemplary communication skills, much of the stress and anxiety I expected to experience during this process was greatly reduced.
This has meant I’ve been able to continue working and studying as per usual and go about my day-to-day life relatively normally.
… Kind, caring, astute and highly professional, Megan your help has been invaluable and I am so very grateful.”