DIVORCE & FAMILY LAWYERS
Death, Moving and Divorce are said to be the three most stressful experiences we will have in our life.
Generally we engage with clients in family law matters only a short time after their relationship has broken down. Most clients at this stage are confused and unsure as to what steps to take and how to best protect their interests.
At Fraser Lawyers we are committed to finding common-sense solutions to family law problems to reduce the stressful and traumatic impact that separation can have on families.
Our team are here to help ensure that partners of a marriage or defacto relationship are able to reach an amicable agreement on the division of property and all other assets without the stress, pressure and worry of going to Court.
In the event that your family law matter cannot be resolved without the assistance of the Court, our team of experienced and effective lawyers will assist you and guide you through the whole litigation journey.
BINDING FINANCIAL AGREEMENTS
Prior to getting married or if you’re in a long term relationship you may want to enter into a binding financial agreement. This is also sometimes known as a prenuptial agreement.
DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS
Regardless of a relationship’s status, ending a relationship can be a difficult and emotional experience. When it comes to de facto relationships, many couples are not aware of the relevant legal obligations and implications of separation.
CHILD SUPPORT AND SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE
Upon getting married, you agree to look after each other emotionally and also financially. The obligation to maintain each other financially is a legal one.
DIVORCE & SEPERATIONS
Separating and getting divorced can be a very emotional, stressful, draining and difficult experience. Even if you’re just considering separation and perhaps going through counselling, there are still many things to consider.
PARENTING AND CHILDREN MATTERS
When parents separate or divorce, disputes can arise about who should look after your child. Disputes can also arise if the child is unable to be cared for by their parents.
REPRESENTATION IN MEDIATIONS
Mediation can be used for a number of reasons and may be a voluntary way of resolving the dispute or in some instances, may be involuntary where the Court may direct the parties to attempt Mediation before bringing the matter to the Courts.