If you are separated or divorced or you need to challenge a Will of a loved one, and you are unable to reach agreement or resolution in relation to your parenting, property or your Will dispute, then only as a final option, do we consider going to Court.
All our Senior Lawyers go to Court on a regular basis, and have appeared in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia, and the Supreme Court of NSW. We have been engaged to deal with matters that involve complex and sensitive parenting issues, which involve family violence or relocation of children, including Hague Convention matters and have been involved in property disputes that involve property in Australia and overseas or property that has been inherited or gifted, with multi-million-dollar asset pools.
We are familiar with the practice and procedure of Court and our focus at Court is to listen to you and to protect your rights and interests and to go the extra mile, to do whatever is possible to reach settlement, before the matters get to a final hearing or trial.
We are always conscious of the emotional and financial costs of going to Court on our client’s and their families. Going to Court is not easy and you will face uncertainties, delays and the Court will not necessarily view your matter as unique or something that requires immediate attention.
We will prepare you thoroughly for the Court process, so that you will not be left wandering what to expect or what the Court is likely to say about your matter. You are in good hands when you go to court with one of our Senior Lawyers because we put ourselves in your position and truly understand the stress, worry and vulnerability that you may feel. We know it’s not easy to face a former partner at Court or to challenge your family in Will matters, we will support you through this process.
If you would like more information about going to Court, please contact us today.
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