For individuals exiting a marriage or de-facto relationship, that question might not seem important at first. However, it’s not just a matter of “breaking up.” In long-running relationships, the divisions between individual finances and property often become blurry to the point where it’s hard to agree on who owns what.
While equitable arrangements would be easy to reach in an ideal world, that isn’t the reality in which we live. Instead, disputes over property after separation are not uncommon. By planning to negotiate and obtain a property settlement after separation, you and your former partner can come to a mutual agreement on the matter.
At Family Law Group Solicitors, we aim to use our well-honed skills and legal understanding to help you navigate the issues surrounding the creation of such agreements.
What You Can Expect from Us as Your Property Settlement Lawyers in Brisbane
We understand that this can be a stressful time, especially as you seek to protect property that you feel is rightfully yours. Whether you need to make arrangements to divide property or you need help untangling the additional complexities inherent in a financial settlement after separation, our team is here to provide you with access to many years of combined experience and a focus on an acceptable outcome. Using our services, you can expect:
- Clear, honest insights and advice from the moment you choose to engage our services. We waste no time in aiding our clients by laying out the facts and the various options you have for proceeding.
- Robust representation before the courts when necessary. Though putting settlements in the hands of the court will tend to make orders within a predictable range of outcomes, having solicitors that understand the procedures and know how to argue in your favour is essential.
- An advocate in your corner. During a divorce or separation, it can feel as though you’re in this alone. We work to ensure that you know you’re not; we are here to advocate for your best interests.
What Sets Us Apart in Property Settlement in Brisbane
Everyone wants results they can live with happily after a de facto separation or divorce and the resulting property settlement. Though there are no guaranteed outcomes when making arrangements with another individual, having the right legal help to assist you navigate your matter through negotiation, mediation, or Court, can make a difference.
How does the team at Family Law Group Solicitors stand out with our services?
- Our experience. Since 2005, Family Law Group Solicitors has endeavoured to provide a high level of service. Our professional team of lawyers is led by our legal practitioner director, Hayley Cunningham, an Accredited Specialist in Family Law.
- Our ability to demystify the law and explain your position. Understanding your rights and responsibilities is not always easy, but we aim to make it simpler. We can handle very complex property pools. If you own shares, investment properties, businesses, or family trusts, we are able to help with negotiation for these multifaceted assets.
- Our dedication to helping you reach an outcome that will allow you to move on with your life.
From our compassion and attentive service to our in-depth legal experience and understanding, we can help you to reach the end of this process sooner and with a stronger agreement in hand.
Why Should You Choose Our Team to Help with a Property Settlement After Separation?
While there are options available that allow both parties to negotiate the terms of their separation privately, it is unfortunately common for these discussions to break down.
If you are involved in a property dispute, or concerned about your entitlements, we can help. With Family Law Group Solicitors working in concert with your needs, you can protect yourself and your rights while still fostering the opportunity for an agreeable resolution.
Call our office today on (07) 5499 2900 and one of our friendly staff can book you in for an initial consultation with a solicitor.
Or, you can send us a confidential enquiry by email using our contact page.