We frequently assist out clients with the following:
Writing binding financial agreements
Advising on a binding financial agreement prepared by another solicitor
Court orders relating to maintenance, property, and financial settlements
Obtaining consent orders
Obtaining a superannuation split
Dealing with a breach of existing orders
Negotiating with other party and/or their solicitor
Mediation and dispute resolution
Separating your finances and dividing up your assets following the break down of a relationship can feel like a daunting process.
At Freeman Family Law we provide our clients with certainty as to their legal entitlements and expert advice during settlement negotiations with their former partner and/or their solicitor.
The law provides a four step framework for how property should be divided following a separation. This same process is used during negotiations between family lawyers even if the matter is settled outside of Court.
Your family lawyer will be able to advise you as to your optimum entitlements based on the following factors:
As every case is different the type of settlement you can expect will be dependant on the facts of the case. Having your family lawyer assess your situation using the ‘four-step’ approach will give you an idea of the type of settlement you should be aiming for with your former partner.
Our local firm has been a trusted name in family law matters for more than 30 years
Our staff are led by Graeme Freeman, a respected legal expert and one of the most sought-after family lawyers working today
We provide comprehensive and compassionate legal representation, no matter how complex or difficult the case may be
Communication with clients is always clear, open and honest, ensuring they are always aware of the legal avenues available to them and the associated costs and charges
Our staff are specialised in family law and know exactly what is required in every case we take on
We guide our clients through each stage of their legal proceeding, helping them to navigate the intricate and dense language of the law and provide their case with the best chance of success