Welcome to Adelaide Family Law
We specialise in family law. Our aim is to provide practical legal advice in a cost effective manner to clients in Adelaide and South Australia.
We are located in Adelaide City, only 5 minutes from the Family Court. Street parking is available.
See our contact page for detailed maps showing our office location.
Please contact our main reception on (08) 8237 0541 to make an appointment..
Separation and a change of personal circumstances gives rise to many legal questions which can be quite confusing and often very daunting. We focus on assisting individuals and families to resolve issues that can have lasting financial and emotional implications.
We offer a free first interview during which we will talk through your circumstances, look at outcomes you wish to achieve and identify any issues that are requiring urgent and immediate attention. We will then outline all of your options.
We appreciate the importance of ensuring clients be given advice on their entitlements and obligations but also guidance during what can be a complex and demanding time for them and their children.
We hope the information you find on our ‘services’ menu will help you to better understand the legal issues relating to your situation.
Please see our fees page for information about our competitive fee structure and our flexible payment options.
Below is a list of some of the matters with which we can assist clients. Please note, the information contained herein is intended as a general guide only and is not a substitute for legal advice.
The application can be made provided you or your spouse has a sufficient connection to Australia. For instance, you are citizens, have lived in Australia for 12 months prior to filing the application, or consider Australia to be your home and plan to remain living here.
In the event of conflict between parents and disputes over suitable arrangements for the care of children, it is recommended that you take prompt action in seeking legal advice to avoid being placed in an unfavourable position for a lengthy period whilst waiting for court action to commence.
- the length of the relationship
- children of the relationship
- whether a sexual relationship existed
- property ownership and acquisition
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