Family Law

You may be entering into a relationship and wish to set out the “Rules” of that relationship or you may already be in a relationship where you want to clarify the “Rules” of the relationship.

Or you may be in a dispute and wish to resolve that dispute.

A family dispute is emotional and stressful enough without trying to navigate the maze of rules, legislation and court procedures on your own. Family law disputes usually revolve around three important areas: your children, your property and your future.

We can help you through this difficult time to find a solution that will help you and your family move forward in a practical and cost effective way.

We can help you with all areas of Family Law:

  • Binding Financial Agreements [De facto; before Marriage; during Marriage and after Marriage]
  • Children’s matters: protection and maintenance;
  • Collaborative law
  • Contraventions and/or enforcement of orders
  • Divorce
  • Domestic violence
  • Grandparents and other interested parties
  • Independent children’s lawyer
  • Mediation
  • Property settlements (marriage, de facto or registered relationships)
  • Separation
  • Surrogacy

Contact our team today on (07) 3397 5010 to arrange an appointment to discuss.


Are you considering divorcing your spouse? Have you and/or your spouse decided the marriage is over?

We understand that discussing divorce can be upsetting and difficult. We are here to help you move forward with your life.

Contact our team today on (07) 3397 5010 to arrange an appointment to discuss.


Are you considering separation from you partner/spouse? Have you recently separated and find you cannot discuss your children or finances rationally with your partner/spouse?

We understand that separation is a difficult time and process for all involved. Our approach is to help you and your family move forward in planning for the future.

If you would like to discuss your options and what you need to consider with separation, we recommend you contact us on (07) 3397 5010 to arrange an appointment.

Domestic Violence

You have the right to feel safe.

If you feel unsafe within your home or personal relationships, it may be necessary for you to consider a domestic violence protection order.

Domestic violence protection orders should only be sought in the appropriate circumstances, as they can place significant limitations on an alleged offender’s liberty.

We can assist you as follows:

  • Victims of domestic violence applying for a protection order;
  • Responding to an application for a protection order.

If you have immediate and serious concerns for your safety, go to your local police station.

Contact our team today on (07) 3397 5010 to arrange an appointment to discuss.