The breakdown of a marriage or relationship is often a traumatic experience for the parties involved, as well as their children. Our team is experienced in providing sensitive and practical advice to help you navigate this difficult time.
Following a relationship breakdown, one of the most important and fraught issues can be how your property, superannuation, financial resources and liabilities might be dealt with by a court if you are unable to reach an agreement with your former spouse.READ MORE
If there is a disagreement about the arrangements for the care of children following the breakdown of a relationship, the Family Law Act provides a pathway the courts to determine what parenting arrangements are in a child’s best interests.READ MORE
Some separations involve complex issues that require urgent attention. Other separations involve a complete breakdown in communication. Where there is a need for urgent assistance from a court with respect to children or financial matters, we can assist you to make the appropriate application to the relevant court or tribunal for urgent relief.READ MORE
A divorce is simply the process by which a legal marriage is dissolved and does not relate to orders or agreements in relation to property settlement or in relation to children. It is for that reason that parties often resolve financial and parenting issues before applying for a divorce.READ MORE
In Australia, couples contemplating a marriage or de facto relationship and spouses who are in a de facto relationship or marriage can enter into agreements with one another to prescribe how their property, superannuation and financial resources will be treated in the event of a separation.READ MORE
The amount of support that a parent is required to pay for children after the breakdown of a relationship is known as “child support”. We provide advice and assistance navigating issues with Services Australia, and we assist clients to negotiate and implement private agreements about child support.READ MORE
Uther Webster & Evans stands up and supports all of its clients, and proudly does so for all people and communities without fear or favour. We recognise that different people have different experiences and different issues which are unique to them and their background.READ MORE