Speak with a Lawyer Directly 1300 529 275

We are still available to help remotely through the COVID-19 Period

Speak with a Lawyer Directly 1300 529 275

Speak with a Lawyer Directly 1300 529 275

We are still available to help remotely through the COVID-19 Period

 
 

Services

Cooper and Sanders Legal has a focus on Family Law and Intervention Orders

Children

There are no set rules for which parent a child will live with or spend time with after their parents separate.

We can help you choose the right parenting agreement by providing you with advice about how the law works.

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Dividing Assets, Money and Superannuation

When dividing your assets there are no set rules but the law suggests it helps to look at certain factors, such as financial and non-financial contributions.

We can help you to get your fair share of assets by letting you know how the law works.


Intervention Orders

The courts can make orders to protect people and property in the event of family violence via an Intervention Order.

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Child Support

You may be required to pay child support even though you do not see your child, or they do not live with you.

We can assist you to choose the right child support agreement by letting you know how the law works.


Prenuptial Agreements and Wills

Before you get married or enter into a de facto relationship, you should be aware that a court cannot enforce a verbal agreement about what will happen to your assets if you separate or pass-away.

We can assist you to protect your assets by letting you know how the law works.

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Divorce

You do not have to get a divorce when you separate, you can deal with children and property matters before your divorce becomes final.

We can assist you to apply for your own divorce, as this is often straight forward, but there can be particular traps you need to look out for.


Grandparents and
other family members

Under Australian family law, children have the right to see their grandparents and other family members even when their parents separate.

We can assist you to make arrangements to continue to see the child or care for them by letting you know how the law works.

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Urgent Advice

If you have separated and need urgent assistance or you have been served with court documents we provide an urgent advice service.

Children

There are no set rules for which parent a child will live with or spend time with after their parents separate.

We will help you achieve what you want by providing you with advice about how the law works.

More Information

Dividing Assets, Money and Superannuation

When dividing your assets there are no set rules but the law suggests it helps to look at certain factors, such as financial and non-financial contributions.

We can assist by letting you know how the law works and what better suits your needs.


Intervention Orders

The courts can make orders to protect people and property in the event of family violence via an Intervention Order.

More Information

Child Support

You may be required to pay child support even though you do not see your child, or they do not live with you.

We can assist you to choose the right child support agreement by letting you know how the law works.


Prenuptial Agreements and Wills

Before you get married or enter into a de facto relationship, you should know that a court cannot enforce a verbal agreement about what will happen to your assets if you separate or pass-away.

More Information

Divorce

You do not have to get a divorce when you separate, you can deal with children and property matters before your divorce becomes final.

We can assist you to apply for your own divorce, as this is often straight forward, but there can be particular traps you need to look out for.


Grandparents and
other family members

Under Australian family law, children have the right to see their grandparents and other family members even when their parents separate.

We can assist you to make arrangements to continue to see the child or care for them by letting you know how the law works.

More Information

Urgent Advice

If you have separated and need urgent assistance or you have been served with court documents we provide an urgent advice service.

For additional guidance you may refer to www.lawanswers.com.au

Law Answers is a free forum based resource to facilitate your enquiry.

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Contact Us

Speak with a Lawyer Directly 1300 529 275
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1300 529 275

We Can Visit You

We can meet you at your home or another location if you are not able to visit us at:
Ayr Street, Doncaster
Main Street, Eltham
Livingstone Street, Ivanhoe
St.Kilda Rd, Melbourne
High Street, Reservoir
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