When you and your spouse are planning on separating with one another, the legal implications of the separation should not cause you unnecessary stress.
For over 20 years, our Family Law Specialists in Chatswood have guided many hundreds, if not thousands, of family law clients to successful outcomes in their family law matters.
You may have heard of high conflict divorces where one partner refuses to collaborate, compromise or communicate with the other partner in order to amicably separate.
When you and your partner are thinking about separating, concerns may arise in relation to arranging for the future care of your children.
Usually you won’t bother engaging a divorce lawyer or family law firm until you are entangled in a divorce however if you look at the statistics where 1 in 3 marriages end in divorce then it would be prudent to obtain that family law advice early.
We understand that it is a stressful, tiring and challenging time when your relationship breaks down and the last thing you want to do is.
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Whenever someone raises the idea of separating with their partner, many people continue to have a preconceived notion that separations.
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