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Separation & property settlements
Are you experiencing the hardships involved in a relationship breakup? Do you need expert legal advice regarding parenting issues or how your property gets divided? A marriage or relationship breakdown is considered to be one of the most stressful situations that you may encounter in your lifetime.
A family lawyer on the Central Coast can guide you through this difficult time through providing expert legal advice. Linda Emery has over 30 years experience and can assist you during this challenging time in your life. Your family was established by strong ties and deep feelings. It’s only natural, then, that family law proceedings can be emotional. If you feel at a loss as to how you should proceed, call our family lawyer.
Linda Emery offers decades of family law experience. But she does more than just defend your case. By informing you of your rights under the law, Linda Emery helps you make deliberate decisions on your own behalf. As you’re guided through the complexities of family law, you can expect the following.
Whether you’re putting together a pre-marriage agreement or facing a divorce, contact Linda Emery, your family lawyer on the Central Coast. To learn more about your options and how our legal team can help, search the options shown below.
A Conciliation Conference provides an opportunity for parties to make a genuine effort to settle their dispute. The next option is to file an application through the court system.
To be enforceable this agreement must comply with precise rules and thus requires independent legal advice for both parties.
The law will recognise your relationship if you and your partner – live together in a de facto relationship as partners on a domestic basis for a qualifying period or have a close personal relationship which is between two adult persons, whether or not related by family, where one or other provides domestic support and personal care, which must not be for fee or reward.
A parenting plan is a written agreement that sets out parenting arrangements for children. It is not legally enforceable, as opposed to a parenting order, which is made by the Court. A parenting plan is worked out and agreed upon jointly and can avoid you and your former partner from going to court.
Parties to a case have a duty to make timely, full and frank disclosure of all information relevant to the issues in dispute. Parties should promptly exchange copies of documents in their possession or control relevant to an issue in the dispute before and during a case.
Family Law FAQs
Family matters can happen at any point in life. It is important to seek help as soon as soon as possible. Whether you’re considering separating or are already separated, Linda Emery & Associates is here to help you.
Linda Emery is experienced in all family matter services. Whether you have issues regarding parenting arrangements or organising a property settlement or want to organise a divorce, we are here to give you expert advice.