The Family Law Specialist

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Adelaide Family Lawyers

Adelaide Family Lawyers understand separation and divorce can be very difficult and we also understand our clients need a helping hand during this very tough time.

We are a vibrant practice with very experienced lawyers waiting to help you with your family law matter. Why not try us out with a first interview where our Family Lawyers in Adelaide will listen to your concerns and clarify precisely what is achievable within the procedural restraints of the court processes and rules.

We know that family law issues, more often than not, also include the following elements:

  • Child support
  • Tenancy
  • And many other legal areas

If you contact us by telephone we will always return your calls within 24 hours though usually much quicker. Call us today on 8227 0519 to talk to one of our lawyers.

Contact Us To Make an Appointment Today

Phone: (08) 8227 0519

Our Specialties

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Divorce

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Property

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Children

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Financial Agreements

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Wills & Powers of Attorney

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Child Support

Communication Is Key to Adelaide Family Lawyers

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Phone: (08) 8227 0519

Consultation Process

The process involves an initial 30-minute consultation to take instructions and provide initial advice which may include community mediation. If unsuccessful or inappropriate for the circumstances the next step may be to write directly to the other party or their solicitor to commence the negotiation process or otherwise the matter may need to proceed to court.

During the court process, the parties are expected to negotiate where possible to progress and finalise the matter.  If the parties are unable to reach an agreement the matter will be listed for trial in which case the judge will make all decision to finalise the matter.

  • 3rd party negotiations

    This includes community mediation through one of the community providers such as Centacare, Anglicare and Relationships Australia.

  • Court negotiations

    This is the next step if community mediation is not successful.

  • Trials

    If the parties are unable to negotiate successfully to finalise the matter it will be listed for trial

Sealed Court Order

 If parties are happy with a parenting agreement or otherwise through a community mediation service they will not need to go to court.  Otherwise, the court will make a decision, either by consent via the parties’ negotiations through the court process or at trial by the judge.

Conveniently Located In The CBD

We Are Focused On Positive Resolutions

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Seperated Under the Same Roof

Separation is never black and white. In today's economic climate many couples are separating and remaining under the one roof simply because they can't afford to financially separate straight away. ... See more

It is becoming increasingly common these days for couples to end their relationship yet remain living under the one roof.

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If you are considering making an application for children's orders in time for Christmas your time is running out!

The second Friday of November each year marks the cut-off date for applications to ... See more

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Court finds ‘txt will’ to be valid

The Supreme Court in Brisbane has declared a text message to be a valid will. Definately a risky option to take in our view. What are your thoughts?

THE text message was just a draft. It had been left unsent.

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Phone: (08) 8227 0519