Family Legal Advice

Seeking family legal advice on separation, finances and children puts our clients in the best position to navigate the separation process. Suitable either before you separate or after.

Timing is important...

If your relationship is at an end, or you are contemplating separation, it is paramount that you understand your rights and obligations regarding the law – the earlier the better. Obtaining initial family legal advice from experienced family law practitioners is crucial to obtaining the best possible outcome with the minimum amount of stress and cost.

Family law can be difficult territory to navigate and no two cases are the same, as each one will turn on its own facts and circumstances. As such, we recommend making a list of questions pertaining to your situation, such as:

  • Can I keep the house?
  • Will the kids stay with me? 
  • What if my former partner wants full custody of the kids?
  • Will I have enough money to survive?
  • What % of our assets should I get?

Following this, set up an initial appointment and we’ll provide answers as well as help you consider the potential consequences of how you could proceed.




We've been there..

With years of professional and personal experience in Family Law, we genuinely understand the importance of moving on with your life.

 No surprises..

We understand concerns about unexpectedly large legal bills and disclose legal costs upfront so that you can make informed decisions.

Stay in control..

We achieve the best outcomes for our clients by fighting from your corner with a conciliatory instead of adversarial approach to family law.
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Gary WannGary Wann

I found David to be very good and got the result that I was happy with the result and he knows his job. I have no hesitation in recommending him

Argie XaftellisArgie Xaftellis

Our two matters were dealt with in an efficient and cost effective manner resulting in a successful outcome. The service was professional, informative and friendly. We would use them again without hesitation. Thank you David.