Top Family Lawyers Melbourne
Melbourne Lawyers & Mediators provide assistance for a range of family law matters from family property disputes to separation or divorce and parenting arrangements. Our commitment is to make your experience as stress-free as possible and that your property and assets are protected as much as possible.
Relationship breakdowns are challenging and emotional – we provide a steady hand to guide you through.
There are three aspects to consider in Family Law matters: Divorce/ separation, child custody or parenting, and property settlement.
Separations and divorces are often messy. It’s the unfortunate reality of relationship breakdowns. People may be vulnerable to financial abuse or pressured into an unfair settlement. At Melbourne Lawyers & Mediators, we fight fair and make sure you get everything you are entitled to including financial adjustments in your fervor and provision for future needs.
Child custody is a deeply personal and emotional issue. We understand how difficult it can be for children when their parents are divorcing and strive to ensure that parenting arrangements are made in the best interests of the children and suit all parties involved. Our experienced and compassionate family lawyers are committed to making your child’s well-being the top priority.
Division of property, assets, and finance during a divorce or separation can be confusing, challenging, and emotional. We strive to ensure all people involved are awarded a just and equitable settlement.
Why Choose Melbourne Lawyers and Mediators?
Melbourne Lawyers & Mediators is a vibrant, progressive and culturally sensitive law firm based in Broadmeadows and central Prahran. Our team pride ourselves on our expertise, passion and commitment in handling our client’s matters to the highest professional standards.
Our lawyers are all passionate about providing an exceptional experience, so for more information or to arrange a consultation, contact us
The information contained in this article is intended to be of a general nature only and should not be relied upon as legal advice. Any legal matters should be discussed specifically with one of our lawyers.