Family Lawyers Bondi, for when it's time to go separate ways.
Family Lawyers Bondi
Family & Divorce Lawyers Servicing Bondi and Bondi Junction Area
Our family and divorce lawyers in Bondi and Bondi Junction are available to assist you with your divorce or separation.
If you are going through a separation and need guidance, call us now for a FREE Consultation.
Our firm has been rated as one of the top three family law firms in Sydney for for four years in a row. The reason for this is simple, we care, we listen and we are experts in family law.
Unified Lawyers is rated top three best family and divorce lawyers in Sydney for 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.”Source: Threebestrated.com.au
Please don’t take our word for it. We urge you to go through all our online reviews all over the internet and make up your own mind. Better yet, give us a call and speak to one of our family lawyers for free.
You will then be in a position to make up your own mind.
We understand how stressful and frustrating a divorce or separation can be for you. This is why we take the time to listen to you. We are here for you.
Free Consultation – Family Lawyers Bondi
Going through a separation or divorce can be one of the toughest thing you go through in your entire life. We understand how painful, confusing and stressful the whole process can be. This is why we offer all clients a Free Consultation with one of our specialised family lawyers.
During your free consultation, you will have an opportunity to speak to one of our experienced family lawyers and ask any questions. Our family solicitors will take the time to carefully listen to you, understand your circumstances and provide you with any preliminary advice.
Why Choose Unified Lawyer?
There are a many reasons why you should choose Unified Lawyers to represent you in your family and divorce matter. These reasons include:
- We have over 250 5-Star reviews all over the internet from happy clients
- We’ve been rated in the top 3 family lawyers in Sydney for 4 years in a row
- Our family lawyers all specialise in family law
- We offer all our clients with an initial Free Consultation
- Most importantly, we genuinely care about all our clients. We do our absolute utmost to be available for all our clients as we understand how difficult family law matters can be. This is why our slogan is Here For You.
🔍 How do I find the best family law firm in Bondi Junction?
Take the time to search the internet for legitimate reviews given by clients of various family law firms throughout the area. It might also be useful to also ask family and friends for recommendations. Once you’ve narrowed down a law firm, call and ask to speak to a family lawyer and then assess whether or not they take the time to carefully listen to you, ask you relevant questions and provide you with useful advice.
💰 How much does a Bondi Family Lawyer cost?
Generally speaking, a family or divorce lawyer servicing the Bondi and Bondi Junction area would usually charge anywhere from $300 to $450 plus GST an hour. It really depends on the lawyer’s experience and expertise.
We offer written quotes to ensure that all clients are aware of all costs before proceeding with any of our service.
❓ What do I need to know before calling a family lawyer in Bondi?
If you’re going through a divorce or separation and unsure as to what to do next, don’t stress, you are not alone. This is very common. Simply call or contact Unified Lawyers and our family lawyers will discuss your matter with you free of charge.
👨💼 Can I represent myself or do I need a lawyer for my family law matter?
You may represent yourself as there is no legal requirement for you to engage a family lawyer. However, we strongly recommend that you obtain legal advice and engage an expert family lawyer to act on your behalf as family law can be quite stressful and complex.
📚 Do all family law matters have to go to Court?
Absolutely not. In fact, statistics show that vast majority of family and divorce disputes are resolved without the Family Court having to make any decision.
What this means is that the parties have agreed amongst themselves as to the outcome of their dispute and have only used the Court to formalise their property or financial agreement and make it legally binding.