Questions about divorce, property settlement, residence and contact can be resolved.
It’s where the care and consideration of Moloney & Partners can make all the difference. That’s why we understand that you need to be able to move confidently forward into a new life, with as few problems as possible.
We help you through all the tough questions.
For instance, who gets to decide where your children will live? Is it the Courts? What if you and your former partner agree?
Let Moloney & Partners help you get the best outcome, for you, your children and your property.
Whether you are married or de facto, or simply planning to be, get advice from a family and divorce lawyer at Moloney & Partners now, for the best results.
We’ll help with:
- Prenuptial agreements
- Divorce Law
- Matrimonial property
- De facto disputes
- Residence and contact disputes
or any other family law issue
There are many misconceptions about the ways in which parties to a relationship divide their property (both assets and debts) following a separation from their de facto partner or spouse (commonly referred to as “Property Settlement”). We understand that separation and/or divorce is often an emotionally difficult and confusing time for all involved.
This is why, at Moloney & Partners, our Family Lawyers strive to provide you with the best advice possible to help you understand which property is subject to division, what your rights and entitlements are, and which Property Settlement options are best suited to your specific circumstances. We understand the financial constraints that a relationship breakdown can have on you. That is why our Family Lawyers will work with you to obtain the best possible Property Settlement solution for you: one that is efficient, cost-effective and as amicable as possible.
In some circumstances, we may even be able to defer payment of our fees pending the finalisation of your Property Settlement.
Our Family Lawyers are able to consult with you at either our Adelaide or Salisbury office, depending on your needs.
We are happy to have a non-obligatory telephone call with you, at any stage of your relationship or if have already separated (either recently or some time ago) and provide a general overview of what action needs to be taken and how we can best assist you to obtain a Property Settlement that is just and equitable.