The million dollar question How much does it cost to get a divorce in Australia is determined by about a millions factors; but mainly depends on the actions of you and your partner.
We can however advise of your family law costs in relation to a property settlement, custody and time spent with children in stages. This could be stages such as how much to get know your rights and entitlements, how much to make an offer or how much to prepare for Court.
How Much Does It Cost To Get A Divorce in Australia?
We can also advise clients of what their costs would be if the matter is â€˜straight forwardâ€™. This means minimal if any negotiation of how matters are to be finalised whether it be in regard to assets and liabilities or care of children. The one major factor that will definitely increase your family law costs is not being able to communicate with your partner.
Of course it is always advisable to find out what your rights and entitlements are before agreeing on a settlement and we are able to give you a fixed fee for this work. Armed with this information you are then able to negotiate and hopefully agree on how your issues will be dealt with and once again we can advise of costs for implementing the agreement reached.
For some people this is just too difficult and that is why there are other avenues available for couples to seek assistance and guidance on how to come to agreement and settle matters. These are outlined on our Family Law website:
Family Law has developed packages to enable us to minimise clientâ€™s legal costs.
We work with our clients to, in many cases, “help them help themselves” and save on legal costs.
We have available our online advice $275, our client instructions pack $1,650 and our fixed fee policy detailing further options. To find out more about how we can help you please contact our office 3255 3200 and take the opportunity of our 20 minute free consultation to talk with one of our lawyers.