Twohill Lawyers Family Law Solicitors
We provide assistance for a range of matters relating to Family Law and De Facto relationships.
Our range of family law services
Binding Financial Agreements
Binding Financial Agreements
A Binding Financial Agreement or BFA is also known as a pre-nup if it is made before or during a relationship. A BFA can also be made after you separate, finalising your property settlement on a final basis.
We are an LGBT friendly company and do our best to support the community. Whether you are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or identify in any other way, you have the same rights as any other individual and we will protect your rights. Please feel free to enquire anonymously or speak with one of our solicitors for an anonymous, free 15-minute consult.
Children are the most important party in family law matters. Whatever your circumstances, we can provide advice on how to move forward with your life while keeping the best interests of your children paramount. If you have concerns for your children’s safety, please contact us immediately for an initial free consultation.
Moving on from a long relationship can be a daunting idea for some partners. Spousal maintenance is a sum of money paid to you to help with financial hardship. Contact us today to see if you qualify for spousal maintenance.
If you have mixed funds, or have been entirely dependant on your partner, a financial settlement may be necessary to secure your future. This can be achieved by Court Order (if both parties agree) or Binding Financial Agreement.
Children can be difficult to share between parents. We can help you achieve a suitable time-on time-off arrangement, including important dates such as holidays, birthdays, mother’s and father’s days etc. Alternatively, if you are having significant concerns regarding the care of your children, we can provide professional advice as to restricting or monitoring your children’s time with the other parent.
Who gets the kids? How often do I have a right to see my kids? Often parents will restrict their ex-partner’s time with the children. If this has happened to you, please call our office to discuss your rights.
Surrogacy is a developing practice whereby one party agrees to give birth to a child for another party. Do you have a written agreement? What are the risks? Please call to arrange an initial consult.
If you are involved in adoption or are considering adopting, we can help you with the process. We can provide advice as to your rights to see and spend time with an adopted child, or alternatively the child’s rights as an adopted individual to a family.
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