If you are involved in a family law dispute, we can offer the following: guidance about how to deal with issues involving your children, including child support and parenting time; advice regarding divorce, division of family property and spousal support; and, help with preparing separation agreements and marriage agreements.
Our lawyers have experience with a variety of cases including child protection, child abduction and issues relating to guardianship. We understand that alternative dispute resolution is an option that should be explored in a timely manner but we also acknowledge that some cases require a trial to deal with all of the issues involved.
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Some firms offer a fixed fee, but that isn’t always in the best interests of the client. On occasions, that is an arrangement that can encourage shortcuts to be taken. While there are cases in which we’re able to offer a fixed fee, we do what’s right for the individual client, not what’s easiest – and that means no cutting corners.
First, speak to us. Police can grant bail, but there are several exceptions in relation to serious charges, and if the defendant has previously contravened bail conditions. Your solicitor can advise of ‘exceptional circumstances’ and if that is necessary to grant bail. If your husband has been arrested on charges of assaulting you, his solicitor will not be permitted to speak with you. In this case, ask a friend or family member to contact us.
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