Unfortunately, it’s not possible to predict how long your family law matter will take to resolve. This is because every person’s situation is unique and the way a legal matter may be resolved can be a dependent on a number of different things.

Some of the factors that may influence how long your family law matter takes to resolve include:

· How much you and your former partner/spouse can agree
· Whether you can reach an agreement
· The information you can provide
· How quickly you can provide your information and instructions.

Once we have a consultation with you, where we learn about your matter, we can usually provide you with an estimate on how long your matter may take to be finalised.

We work with the aim to provide you with a resolution as swiftly and cost effectively as we can. We know family law matters can be very stressful and we will do what we can to avoid prolonging this stress.

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