Prompt Assistance for Your Family Matter
We understand that breaking up with your spouse can be one of the most difficult moments in your life. This is why we go out of our way to ensure that we provide you with prompt assistance with your family law matter to ensure that you can recover as quick as possible and move on with your life.
To assist you in this difficult time, our family lawyers will listen to your needs and provide you with a free consultation to help answer all your general family law questions so that you can make informed decisions moving forward.
Best Family Lawyers in Sydney
Are you searching for the best family lawyers in Sydney? Do you worry about high family law solicitor fees? At Unified Lawyers, we take Family Law very seriously. Our family law experts have extensive experience with family law in Australia and do not charge unnecessary legal fees.
Our family solicitors provide legal advice to our clients in various areas of family law. Our family law firm has handled cases for clients from all walks of life, and these experiences ensure that you will get the best family law advice and personalised family dispute resolution available.
Divorce and Separation
In Australia, the system of Family Law for the dissolution of a marriage or divorce is a “no fault” system, meaning neither spouse needs to prove “fault” or marital misconduct on the part of the other.
Before a divorce is granted, several factors must be taken into consideration and financial agreement is in place so that there will be no complications before and after this difficult time. In divorce proceedings, the two grounds to demonstrate to the Court are:
1. Irretrievable breakdown of marriage with no prospects of reconciliation; and
2. The parties have separated for a period of at least 12 months.
Our divorce lawyers have helped many satisfied clients and have made the relationship breakdown as painless as possible.
It is important that you retain an experienced divorce lawyer who will ensure that the whole process will finish as quickly as possible while giving you the best outcome that can be expected when the divorce hearing is heard before the Family Court or the Federal Circuit Court.
Property and Financial Disputes
Financial and property settlements can be difficult after a couple separates. However, it’s best to address the division of property as early as possible.
At Unified Lawyers, our commitment is to make sure that you do not get short changed in the family law dispute and, better yet, that you understand what is happening every step of the way so that you can achieve the best possible outcome.
Parenting and Children
Most parents want the best for their children. When a couple with children separates, the family court may approve an agreement between the parents and formalise it as Consent Orders. Alternatively, the parents can choose to jointly create a parenting arrangement for child support and child custody informally.
An experienced family lawyer can help you create a parenting agreement. We will help you dot your “I”s and cross your “T”s and ensure that all areas are covered so that the court will not have a difficult time approving the alternative plan.
Cost Effective Services with Flexible Billing
Unlike other traditional Family Law firms, we don’t require you to pay for short phone calls, printing, postage and the like. We’ve created our billing system to fit exactly to the matter being handled and most importantly, to your needs. For further flexibility, we’ve designed various billing models such as:
– Event billing
– Time interval billing
– Fixed-rate fees
When applying for spousal maintenance, there are a lot of questions that need to be answered. Questions such as: are you eligible for spousal maintenance? Are you within the time-frame required for filing? What is the application process? And of course, how much will I gain from this application?
The Sydney family lawyers at Unified Lawyers are available to answer any question that you may have. We have the knowledge and experience to lead you through the process and get the best deal for you.
Surrogacy is one of the most complex areas in family law. Before you enter into any surrogacy arrangement, it’s critical that you obtain legal advice and fully understand your obligations and rights.
Our specialist family solicitors will guide you through the complications in surrogacy matter, and answer all questions that you may have in a language that you understand. We will also help you with applications to the Court.
Same-sex divorce in Australia and overseas
As of 9 December 2017, same-sex marriage became legal throughout Australia, meaning same-sex couples have the same legal rights to marry as as heterosexual couples. We understand that gay and lesbian couples encounter the same problems as heterosexual couples and so our gay and lesbian divorce lawyers with their extensive experience in disputes in both same-sex marriages and traditional marriages, are well equipped to assist you in your family law matter.
If you’re worried about your rights as a same-sex couple, speak to one of our same-sex divorce lawyers now.
Not all administrative assessments by the Child Support Agency are appropriate to the circumstances of the families being assessed. If you think yours is inappropriate, you may need to take further steps to resolve the issue.
The family solicitors at Unified Lawyers can help you lodge an objection with the CSA and request that the CSA conduct a review of the assessment.
There are different types of financial agreements (also known as binding financial agreements or consent orders) when it comes to family law. It is important for you to fully understand their effects before you enter into any financial agreement.
We can offer you advice on the financial agreement which best suits your circumstances.
DISCLAIMER: The content of this publication does not constitute legal advice and is intended only to provide a summary and general overview. We do not guarantee that it is current. You should seek specialist legal advice or other professional advice about your specific circumstances. Your access to this publication is not intended to create nor does it create a solicitor-client relationship between you and Unified Lawyers.