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We pride ourselves on our past work and consider ourselves the most proficient and best family lawyer in Brisbane and Australia.
We appreciate that your Brisbane Family Law matter may be of a sensitive nature and we encourage you to contact one of our specialists for a free and no obligation appointment to discuss your unique situation and legal options.
Do you want to know your rights and options in family and de-facto law matters?
We provide a completely confidential, no obligation, free 20-minute appointment to discuss your unique situation and legal options.
Call us now on (07) 3236 0001 or (1800) 217 217 and you can start to build some certainty and direction in this stressful and unsettling time.
Our Christmas Trading Period Hours:
Normal hours until close December 21st, 2018 @ 5pm
Resuming on January 2nd, 2019 @ 8.30am
AYLWARD GAME SOLICITORS WISHES YOU AND YOUR FAMILY A SAFE AND ENJOYABLE HOLIDAY PERIOD.
Please note our trading hours are slightly affected, however we will endevour to answer any contact emails sent over the period.
NOTE: The Magistrates Court and Children’s Court are also on hiatus during this holiday period.
FAMILY LAW INFO TABS – KNOW YOUR TERMINOLOGY
Collaborative Practice is a new approach to family law in Australia where each person appoints their own lawyer who is trained in this dispute resolution method.
Collaborative Law differs from mediation in that collaborative family lawyers advise and advocate for their respective party rather than acting as a neutral facilitator.
Mediation uses a neutral third party to assist a couple to reach agreement.
In family law and in all relationships, partners are able to use mediation to resolve property settlements, custody matters and relationship issues.
The Family Court of Australia is the final resource to help you reach settlement on financial and children’s issues.
The Family Court can determine both financial settlements and children’s issues. However, it will almost certainly ask you to attempt mediation before allowing you to litigate unless there are exceptional circumstances such as family violence.