Family law is an interesting and multi-faceted area of law that often intersects with many other areas of the law. Family lawyers in Melbourne typically help clients with cases involving divorce, estate settlement and child custody. Here are some areas of family law a family lawyer can help you with.
Family lawyers are often tasked with helping couples to initiate and advance the process of getting a divorce. They can also help clients with any custody or asset settlement issues that arise during or after the divorce.
Binding financial agreements are commonly known as pre-nups, even though they are used after a couple separates as well. A Binding financial agreement is exactly that – binding. It requires both parties to get independent legal advice and a lawyer can help advise or draft one to suit. Before you decide on how you are going to divide your assets, it is important to get an indication from a lawyer as to how property pools are typically divided. This will make sure you know what is fair in your circumstances.
Family court lawyers in Melbourne often assist couples going through the divorce process with their child custody arrangements. If you’re going through a divorce, child custody lawyers can help you navigate the complex process of resolving child custody issues as well as help you arrange visitation schedules and child support arrangements.
At PCL Lawyers we can help clients with their estate planning. This includes drafting wills, trusts and power of attorney documents. Estate planning is crucial if you are separating or divorcing your spouse. If you in the process of separating it is important to consider who is entitled to your assets if you pass away. It may be going to your ex-partner and not your children or other loved ones as you might wish.
At PCL Lawyers, we understand the delicate and emotional nature of family disputes. Our team of family law experts aim to provide clients with the most concise legal advice and emotional support to help them through difficult times. Get in touch with us today by calling 1300 907 335 or fill out our online contact form.
Please note: The above is not intended to be legal advice. Every circumstance is different. Always seek legal advice in relation to your individual situation.