Freeman Family Law remains open for business during Stage Four lockdown in Melbourne.
We continue to assist our current clients with their files throughout this time and have introduced several COVID-safe protocols to keep our staff safe.
All staff remain contactable via the office phone or email.
While the Stage Four lockdown has undoubtedly placed further strain on the courts, matters continue to proceed with the use of video conferencing.
Court hearings, mediation and consultations are all going ahead via video conferencing. If your matter is proceeding under these circumstances, your file manager will be in touch to provide a detailed explanation of what is involved.
While our offices are closed to the public, we continue to meet with clients via video and phone arrangements as required, and we remain open to new clients looking to discuss their matters.
Coronavirus and its associated lockdowns have made for an incredibly tough time for families, and Freeman Family Law remains committed to supporting those who require assistance with any family law matters.
From separation to children’s matters such as relocation or contact arrangements in these difficult times, we are here to help.
Graeme has been an accredited family law specialist since 1992 and leads our team of expert family lawyers to deliver exceptional service and outcomes for our clients.
If you have been thinking about getting in touch with a family lawyer but are concerned about doing so in this current environment, we have produced a helpful article which includes a checklist you can consult before booking in your first online consultation with us.
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