Kinross Family Law
Need a Family Lawyer?: Family breakdowns and family law for Kinross Residents
We understand that going through a family law matter can be an emotional and stressful time, which is why we offer compassionate and understanding service to all of our clients. We will work with you to resolve your matter as quickly and efficiently as possible, with minimal conflict as it is our goal to achieve a smooth financial and family separation.
We can help with divorce, property settlements, children’s matters, de facto relationship advice and more. Our Family lawyers are here to help you through this difficult time.
Get in contact today to speak to a caring Family Law Firm about any family law issues affecting you and your Kinross family.
Call us now on (08) 9228 0811 to speak to a family lawyer who can help resolve your matter.
At Clairs Keeley we understand that family breakdown is confusing and stressful, as life for the family changes. We work alongside you to meet your goals.
We have a genuine understanding of the emotional rollercoaster you’re on – we’ve been through it ourselves.
You’re not alone, let us help you.
We understand that practical, holistic advice is what our clients want. That is why we collaborate with you and your advisers to achieve durable, respectful, long-term solutions for the benefit of the whole family.
We are here to provide you with the best possible legal outcome for your family law matter, and will work tirelessly on your behalf to achieve this. Contact our Perth office today on (08) 9228 0811 to speak to a caring family lawyer about how we can help you.
Clairs Keeley Perth Family Law Areas
- Family Mediation
- Divorce – Property Settlement
- Spousal Maintenance (Partner Maintenance)
- De Facto Relationships
- Children Issues
- Custody of children
- Child Support
- Binding Financial Agreements (pre-nuptial agreements)
- Violence Restraining Orders
- Misconduct Restraining Orders
- Parenting Issues
- Dispute Resolution
- Access to children
- Visitation rights
- Family law
Marriage Breakdown: Child Support
If your marriage is breaking down, or already has broken down then you need to start thinking about the best outcome for your children.
Experience tells us that children suffer when they feel they are:
- Are forced to choose between parents
- responsible for the conflict in the family
- the ones who are caring for a family member who is not coping with the separation
If you have already decided to divorce or end your relationship then you will need to start thinking about how this will affect your children and what is best for children take comfort in:
- being shown that they are loved
- not being involved in adult drama
- having clear, age-appropriate information about what is happening and when
- being able to be a kid
- feeling safe to talk about the other parent or family positively.
Family Lawyer Kinross – we care about the best outcome for your child.
Kinross Child Arrangement Lawyers
Making arrangements for your children can be a difficult and daunting task, especially if you are not on good terms with your former partner. Our team of experienced family lawyers can help you navigate this process and ensure that the best interests of your children are taken into account.
Decisions made regarding the degree of parental responsibility taken and a child’s living situation are some of the most important decisions parents and carers make.
Children’s lives can be strongly impacted by the way adults behave towards them and each other that can influence their relationships in the future.
If you are making decisions for children or supporting someone who is, ask yourself:
- What will their lives be like as a consequence of this decision?
- What will the children think of my behaviour when they are adults?
- Am I making this decision for them, for me, or for someone else?
Some children feel that they have no voice in decisions made about them. It is important to remember that children are people too, with their own thoughts and feelings. Try to involve them in the decision-making process as much as possible, and explain things to them in an age-appropriate way.
Divorce Lawyer Kinross
Since 1976, the only ground for divorce in Australia is that the marriage has irretrievably broken down, as proven by 12 months’ separation.
Courts do not require evidence of the reasons for the breakdown of the marriage.
In Western Australia, divorce applications and settlements are usually determined separately from any other application about children or financial issues.
Divorced people have 12 months to apply for property settlement or spousal maintenance for these documents to be valid.
A good way to ensure that your documents are in the right place at the right time is to consult a lawyer.
Finding the best solutions for your child
Our lawyers will work with you to develop a parenting plan that is in the best interests of your children.
We take care to educate ourselves and our clients about modern parenting techniques and child development and will refer to our child specialist colleagues if a family needs therapeutic guidance, rather than a legal intervention.
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Perth Wills and Estate Services that we also specialise in:
Ensuring your Will is up to date following a separation is very important.
We have had situations where the separated partner receives all the assets and life insurance from the unexpected death of their ex-partner.
This is not what the deceased partner and their family would have wanted.
Ensure you review your Will and life insurance beneficiary’s when separating or divorcing.
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Clairs Keeley Lawyers are specialists Kinross Will Lawyers for Perth and WA families.
Please phone on (08) 9228 0811 or email us (Fill in the form on this page) to get quality advice.