Family Lawyers In Brisbane
At Porta Lawyers, we understand that Family Law matters are a difficult and emotional time for all parties. We will strive to progress your matter in the best possible manner, taking into considering the personal nature of your situation.
There are many areas to be resolved in Family Law matters, including separation, division of property, arrangements with children, visitation rights and maintenance. We believe that it is important that you feel comfortable with your legal representative and we welcome the opportunity to discuss your matter with you.
Family Law Services
The end of a marriage can be one of the most difficult times in a person’s life. It can also be a very emotional and stressful time and therefore legal assistance should be obtained to ensure that all the relevant legal issues are canvassed.
It is therefore crucial that you obtain legal advice as soon as possible to ensure that your rights are protected and that all deadlines are met.
In any relationship breakdown, one of the most complex legal issues is the division of property. This includes real estate, cash funds, shares and superannuation.
This can ideally be resolved, with our assistance, through legal negotiations and the completion of a Binding Financial Agreement.
Mediation may be required to assist the parties in reaching an agreement. However, some complex property settlement matters may require the assistance of the Courts.
Contact us today to seek assistance on any property settlement matters, whether the result of a divorce or de-facto relationship breakdown.
Separation & Legal Advice
There are many issues that must be considered at separation. Whether it is the division of property, guardianship of children, child maintenance, spousal maintenance, visitation of children and the like, we are here to assist and guide you during this stressful time.
Please do not hesitate to contact our office on Tel: (07) 3265 3888.
Divorce & Superannuation
Full transparency is required when a relationship breaks down. This includes superannuation entitlements.
It is best to obtain an up to date statement of your superannuation position, as this will be required during the division of property discussions.