10 Reasons Why Our Clients Choose Us

Free 1-hour Consultation with a Family Lawyer

We do not limit the consultation to just one hour. If we need more time to discuss your matter and find a solution, we will spend more time with you without any extra charges. Our goal is to help you, Genuinely.

Fixed Fee Free Quotes for All Services

Our experience shows that many people who need legal assistance do not want to go to lawyers because of their fear of legal costs and the hassle that comes with it. We can provide you with a fixed fee quote for your case or a particular stage of your case.

Our fixed fee can be paid by way of Payment Plan. We will not ask you to pay a large amount upfront.

You still can choose traditional hourly rates. We promise that you will not feel uncomfortable about legal costs because we will give you a clear estimate of fees and our hourly rates are low.

Fixed Fee Packages

We offer a wide range of fixed fee packages for many of our services so legal fees are fixed and crystal clear.

Again, our fixed fee package can be paid by way of Payment Plan installments.

Payment Plans

We offer clear Payment Plans for those who cannot afford to pay full fees upfront.

We work on Saturdays

We open 6 days a week so you can attend your initial consultation or a regular meeting with your lawyer on Saturday or even after hours.

Urgent Matters Hotline

We can attend your matter even if you have a court hearing tomorrow morning. We can book you in for a consultation at 8pm on a weekday or on Sunday. We will do everything to help you. Your matter is our priority.

Pro Bono Work

We offer work on a Pro Bono basis, meaning providing legal assistance to people in need for free. We receive Pro Bono referrals from the Law Society of WA Law Access however, you can also contact us directly in relation to Pro Bono matters.

Specialised Company

We are a specialised company and focused on Family Law only.

Personal Approach

Your matter is unique as you. We promise a very personal approach in dealing with your matter.

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Divorce

Divorce is simply a legal finalisation of a marriage. Divorce matters are determined by Courts and can become complex if the parties were separated under one roof or there are difficulties in location and serving another party with Court documents.

Seeking assistance and legal advice from a family lawyer is strongly advised to guide you through the divorce process and prevent potential difficulties in your divorce proceedings.

We offer fixed fees for our representation in all Divorce matters.

Family Law Parenting Matters

Our lawyers have dealt with a large number of parenting matters including complex cases with family violence and abuse involved.

However, in the majority of situations parenting disputes are capable to be resolved by parents at early stages without involving Courts.

In contrast, complex parenting matters are often urgent and require immediate action.

Our lawyers will advise you and propose the best possible cause of action depending on your circumstances.

Family Law Property Matters

Our lawyers help clients in property settlement and spousal maintenance cases. Our duty is to advise our clients in relation to his/her entitlements and the process of legal proceedings with an aim of finalising a property settlement matter as fast as possible with the best achievable outcome.

There is a common misconception that all property settlements should be split 50/50. However, the law provides that there is no such presumption.

When it comes to property settlements, whether parties agree by consent (Consent Orders) or it is dealt by way of initiating application in the Family Court, the courts must be satisfied that the final percentage split is “just and equitable” i.e. fair to both parties.

The courts follow a four step process set out in the legislation (Section 79(4) of the Family Law Act 1975 or Section 205ZG(4) of the Family Court Act 1997) to determine what the percentage split should be in each individual matter.

The four step process is as follows:

Firstly, the courts must Identify and value the assets and liabilities of the parties;

Secondly, the courts must consider the contributions of the parties (this includes, initial contributions, and contributions during the relationship both financial and non-financial contributions);

Thirdly, the courts must identify the future needs aspect of the parties (usually, this entails the care of children under 18, the age of the parties, earning capacity of the parties); and

Finally, the courts must ensure that the division is “just and equitable”, in other words “is the division fair?” Therefore, it is not always a 50/50 result, as each case is individual and depend on varying factors.