Are you going through a family law separation? Struggling to reach an agreement with your ex-partner about parenting, property or financial matters?
It’s time to take control of your life.
Here’s the good news –
Our Sydney family lawyers can help you make a fresh start today.
You can get started online, right now. Please hit the button and complete the form. This is the fastest way to get the ball rolling.
We provide services in the following areas of family law:
· Divorce and marriage;
· Parenting Plans;
· Property settlement;
· Spousal and child maintenance;
· Consent Orders;
· De facto relationships;
· Adoption; and
· Family litigation.
We offer fixed fee family law services and will always customise our services to best meet our client’s circumstances.
Our skilled legal team are client focused and work together with you to determine how best to assist your matter and will always ensure the best outcome is attained for you and your family.
If you have been in de facto relationships and living with your partner for two years, you have the same rights as a married couple.
Separation disputes over property or children in de facto relationships work the same as married couples.
Family law covers a range of legal issues involving marriage, de facto relationships and children, and can be applied from the start to the relationship right up to the event of separation and divorce.
Family law is a highly sensitive matter.
We understand the importance of providing the best service to our clients and also keeping their sentiments when giving accurate legal advice as to the way forward with any family related legal issues they may be facing.
It doesn’t matter what your family law problem is or where you are located, we at the Sellanes Clark and Associates will help you make the right choices.
We are committed to the prompt and efficient resolution of family law disputes, in a cost effective manner.
We organise and appraise of various assets, as well as the ratification of agreements and make certain they are enforceable.
We also help to prepare court documents, supervise and direct mediations, organise and record official documents, attend trials and court proceedings, and much more.
We are on hand to respond to your needs when required and we’ll keep you updated on the progress of your case through regular contact.
The prospect of separation is a frightening mix of questions for anyone unfamiliar with the process.
We recommend our Step One Service.
This service is an initial appointment followed by a full written advice, detailed information and everything you need to help get you started.
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