Relationship Goals with Separation Lawyers Perth, WA

Divorce means a legal ending to a marriage. The first thing, if you want to get a divorce is filing an application in the Family court, it can be done individually or jointly with former spouse. A family court only grants a divorce order if it is convinced that the marriage has irretrievably broken down if the parties are separated for more than 12 months prior to the application being filed and proper care and living arrangements have been done for the children of the marriage under the age of 18 years.

We know that breakdown of a marriage is very emotional and stressful time in a person’s life and at the same time it is a very challenging time for you and your family to deal with the legal processes. So, to provide you with legal advice and to assist you with the preparation and filing a divorce application and if necessary to represent you in the Court, our team of Separation Lawyers Perth is here and you can contact us anytime.

In some cases, divorce can be granted to parties who are separated but still living under one roof or where there has been a short period of reconciliation. It is known as “separation under one roof”.

It is always advised to take expert legal advice on your divorce but at the same time, it is also important to take legal advice on effects of divorce on the time limit of property financial settlement, spousal maintenance claim and your will. We have a team of experienced and professional divorce lawyers Perth and they are capable of assisting you with and advising you on preparing or responding to an application for divorce and they will also advise you on necessary steps you need to take to protect your interests bearing in mind the far-reaching legal outcome of a divorce.

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Infidelity impact on Divorce settlement

In Australia, the law has a no-fault divorce system under the Family Law Act, that means that both parties don’t need to prove any other party at fault in order to file for a divorce. When deciding how the assets should be divided, the Court is unlikely to take fault into account. In few cases, where the party is subjected to domestic violence, it can have an effect on the divisions of the assets if it makes one party’s contributions notably more difficult than they should be or if it affects a party’s future possibilities.

If you want to know more about our legal services and how we can assist you in your case, contact Divorce Lawyers Perth WA.