Separation is an emotionally charged process. The pain of separating from your partner is devastating, particularly when children are involved. There are many emotions involved with every decision you make and it is important that you find a family lawyer that is able to provide you realistic advice and assist in navigating you through the process. There are many family law firms to choose from, however, in this blog, we will take a look at some useful tips to help you find the right family lawyer for you and your matter.
It is important to focus on a family lawyer’s overall experience, including number of years in practice, what their everyday practice consists of and also, how they have assisted other people, like you, in the past, noting their Google reviews.
It’s essential to know where you stand early on in a separation and your family lawyer will be able to provide realistic advices to you. Having a realistic assessment of your position early on can assist in resolving matters in an expedient and cost effective manner. It is important to note that all relationships are different and as such, it is important that the advice that you do receive is tailored to your needs.
It is so important that your family lawyer is available to answer queries that you may have and to attend to every aspect of your matter. Communication may take the form of a face-to-face meeting, telephone call, email, letter or video chat. Each client is different as to what method they prefer, however, it is important that your queries are dealt with promptly, so as to avoid you worrying further about your matter.
You will come across a plethora of family lawyers with different qualities and experience. If you’ve been searching for a family lawyer, you can rely on Advance Family Law to help you advance in life. We practice solely in family law, including parenting arrangements/custody, property settlements, domestic violence, divorce and separation. Call us on (07) 5679 8016 for a free 15 minute telephone chat with one of our family lawyers.