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Family law experts,
for when it’s time to
go separate ways.

Family law experts,
for when it’s time to
go separate ways.

Family Lawyers Sydney

Family Lawyers Sydney

The Best Family Lawyers in Sydney to assist you in all areas of family law

It’s a big deal to claim we’re the best family lawyers in Sydney, but we stand by it. Why? Because we’re proud of our family law team and the services we provide.

You see, we believe being the best requires a whole range of things. It’s not only about experience, although we’ve got plenty. It’s about our abilities to:

  • Listen to you
  • Problem-solve the issues
  • Plan the strategies
  • Reduce conflict
  • Anticipate how your former partner may respond

And, most importantly, were great at communicating. Regularly. Clearly. Honestly. With your best interests as our top priority.

We have lawyers who are also fluent in Arabic, Greek, Lebanese, Mandarin, Spanish and Vietnamese. Language is no barrier to providing you with top legal services.

Need more proof? We’ve been rated in the Top Three Best Family Lawyers in Sydney for six consecutive years.

“Unified Lawyers rated top three best family lawyers in Sydney for 20172018201920202021 and 2022.”

Source: Threebestrated.com.au

What you can expect from
our Sydney family lawyers

When you engage Unified Lawyers as
your family solicitors, we'll make it our mission to:

  • Take the time to listen and understand your situation
  • Help you get back on your feet
  • Assist you to move on with your life
  • Resolve your matter efficiently and cost-effectively

Most importantly, we’ll communicate. We will:

  • Give you clear advice, when you need it
  • Help you understand the legal issues
  • Provide the information you need to make the best decisions
  • Give you written information about how we work, including our fees, and what you’re entitled to expect from us
  • Respect your rights to confidentiality

But that’s not all.

Instructing a family lawyer is a big commitment. You want to make sure you’re getting the best possible representation. You want to know you’re getting value for your hard-earned money. And its important you feel confident that you’ve picked the lawyer who’s right for you.

We get it.

It’s why we offer a free first consultation to all new clients. You can use this time to ask some general questions, work out whether your lawyer understands your situation and get a feel for how best to resolve your family law issues.

Divorce Requirements

Before you can get a divorce, you must be able to show the marriage has broken down with no chance of reconciliation. You must also show that you've been legally separated for at least 12 months.

Getting a divorce in NSW with a family lawyer

If you’re getting divorced, you’ll need an experienced family law specialist to make sure the process is as quick as possible, with the least cost and with the best result.

Same-Sex Divorce in Australia

On 9 December 2017, same-sex marriage became legal in Australia. This change in the law now means that same-sex married couples can legally divorce. If you and your same-sex spouse are divorcing, we can help. Our gay and lesbian divorce lawyers have extensive experience in family law issues involving same-sex relationships.

Property and financial issues

Working out how to split property and money can be one of the most challenging things about separation and divorce.

How We Can Help

  • Outlining the steps involved in resolving property and financial disputes during your free consultation.
  • Providing you with straightforward expert advice to protect you and your loved ones.
  • Representing you you during these tough times and ensuring you receive what you are entitled to.
  • Talking you through the entire process and keeping you updated throughout the entire journey.

De Facto Relationships and Property Rights

    De facto relationship rights under Australian family law are different from the rights of married couples. When you and your de facto partner separate, your property rights depend on the length of your relationship, whether you have any children together and other factors.

    Spousal Maintenance

    Spousal support is often a crucial issue for separating or divorcing couples, especially if there’s a big gap between incomes and the future earning abilities of the parties. If spousal maintenance is an issue in your separation or divorce, get help from the top family lawyers Sydney. That’s us.

    Property Settlement Mediations

    Mediation for property settlements can help you and your former partner work out how to divide your property without the expense of going to court. We’ll help you work out what’s right for your situation and we’ll do our best to make sure you get a great result.

Parenting and Children

Parenting issues are a big part of family law and negotiating arrangements for your children can be more stressful than any other aspect of the family legal system. We'll provide you with the best support and the right advice.

Consent Orders and Financial Agreements

Sometimes, separated couples can agree on how their children should divide their time. When this happens, it’s useful to ask a court to make orders, so the agreement becomes legally enforceable. There are also binding financial agreements. We’ll give you advice on the financial agreement which best suits you.

Child Support

The Child Support Agency usually assesses child support payments, but not all assessments are appropriate. If you think your assessment is unfair, we can help you sort it out.

Grandparent’s Rights

The rights of grandparents is an increasingly common family law issue, especially when grandparents are prevented from visiting grandchildren. We’ll help you sort out your grand parenting issues. Our family solicitors will answer all your questions, in simple and clear language.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much will it cost to engage a family lawyer?
  • How do I choose a family solicitor?
  • What should I bring to my first consultation with a family solicitor?
  • When should I make an appointment to see a family solicitor?
  • Do I need to have a lawyer, or can I represent myself?
  • How do I avoid my case going to court?
  • How long will it take to finalise my family matter?
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