We believe in taking a holistic and multi-faceted approach when it comes to our clients and making sure they understand the process. Whether seemingly simple, or complicated, we want to help and will go that extra mile for you.
Often, the average client does not realize that their matter may expand further than just a single area of law. In Australia’s increasingly diverse cosmopolitan society, it is common to see family law bleeding into the area of migration law.
2.1.1 Applying for Divorce
2.1.2. Same-sex Relationships
The law differs in relation to same sex marriages and civil partnerships. Our family law lawyers have experience in dealing with all aspects of both and can provide you with the highest quality legal advice for same sex couples.
2.1.3. De-facto Relationship
- De facto couples can now access the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia for property and spouse maintenance matters using the same principles that apply to married couples.
- If your de facto relationship has broken down, you must make an Application to the Court for property orders within two years of your relationship coming to an end. You will need to apply for special leave from the Court to bring an application outside of this two-year time limit.
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