There is no jury available in a family law court. Each trial is a family court is a typical trial in which the judge hears the case and makes the sole decision. The different areas of family law range from divorce, separation, adoption and surrogacy to child custody, restraining orders, consent orders and child support payments plus spousal maintenance, property settlement and prenuptial agreements. Family law also specifically deals with children regarding adoption, guardianship, child protection rights and domestic violence. The Family Law Act came into effect in 1975 and is applied across Australia. It states that the only ground for divorce is when the marriage has broken down completely beyond repair. Our legal team of the best family lawyers in Midland will treat any family issue with care and thoughtfulness while providing the best possible solution in any case.
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Why don’t you come by and meet our legal team of experienced family lawyers in Midland? We can help you legally with the following services:
In the case of financial or prenuptial agreements or any kind of financial settlement, please feel free to get in touch with us and we will be happy to help. Do not worry if you are in a de facto relationship. The law applies to all de facto couples as it applies to any ordinary couple. If you are interested in adoption or surrogacy, please pick up the telephone and give us a call. If you want legal advice for any kind of domestic violence, emotional or physical abuse, you can have a chat with us.
Why don’t you talk to us through a consultation over the phone? For more details, you should schedule an appointment in advance with our established team of family lawyers. We will give the best attention to detail to your case before legally deliberating on the same. Allow us to provide the right legal counsel with our experience of dealing with previous cases. We will work hard to achieve the best possible solution in any case of family law. We will also guide you through the legal formalities based on the expected outcome and even represent you in court if necessary.