Separation Lawyer Melbourne
The process of marriage separation is an extremely difficult and stressful time for both partners.
Often, we see that this emotional and turbulent period of time can lead to poor decisions being made by both partners, especially if children or high-value assets are involved.
As such, it is heavily recommended that you enlist the services of a qualified separation lawyer. A separation lawyer will be able to guide you through this difficult procedure, and provide you with relevant and helpful advice to ease you through the process.
If you are curious how our separation lawyers can assist you, contact us and book a completely free, zero-obligation consultation with us today.
Our separation lawyers will be happy to help you, whatever your situation may be.
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How to get separated in Australia
The separation process begins with a decision. A decision that is made either by one partner, or both, to end the relationship and begin the process of marriage separation.
Once that decision has been made, it has to be communicated to the other party. There are many ways to go about this, however, it is crucial that you communicate the date of separation not just verbally, but by writing it down as well.
Some ways you can communicate this is through email, text message, or via social media.
Of course, you will need to have a difficult conversation in person in order to begin the process, but keeping a record of when the intent to separate first occurred will assist you later on.
While beginning the initial process of separation can be done without needing to go to court or seeking advice from a family law specialist, it is recommended that you attain some basic guidance from a separation lawyer, so you can ensure that various aspects of the relationship are dealt with and that you can move on and have peace of mind.
It might not always be necessary during the initial stages of divorce to go to court, or seek advice from a divorce law specialist. However, it is recommended that at the minimum you attain some basic legal guidance from a separation lawyer, to ensure that various aspects of the relationship are addressed, so you can move on with peace of mind.
Contact us and receive a completely free, zero obligation initial consultation with our friendly team of separation lawyers.
You will be able to see how we can help you, whatever your situation might be.
At Melbourne Law Studio, we’ve got your legal concerns covered. Book your free 15-minute consultation today to see how we can help.
There is no legal process involved in a marriage separation, only if you choose to divorce. However, it is important that you make arrangements for your children if you have them, update Centrelink or other government agencies if you need to, and sort your financial affairs out. For example, cancelling joint accounts or changing your will.
While strictly speaking, it is not a requirement that you enlist the services of a separation lawyer, it will undoubtedly be of help. Generally, people that are seeking separation or divorce are in heightened states of emotion. This can lead to poor decision making and in some cases, potentially causing irreversible damage later on down the line.
It is heavily recommended that you seek basic guidance from a lawyer, even if you think you might not need it. Doing so gives you peace of mind in what is an incredibly stressful time, and allows you to make decisions based on logic and reason, not emotion.
Contact us and receive a completely free, zero obligation initial consultation.
You will be able to meet our separation lawyers and see how we can help you navigate the confusing process.
Additionally, we can help you and prepare you in filing for divorce, if that is the next step you choose.
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