How To Access Amicable Family Law Services
At O’Loan Family Law, our team takes pride in being at the forefront of amicable family law practices. We understand that relationships can come to an end, and we are here to help facilitate your legal transition as smoothly as possible.
Amicable Divorce Settlements – Can A Divorce Be Amicable?
It Can, And Here’s How
- An initial consultation will help us offer informed advice about how best to proceed after your split.
- Whether you and your spouse are jointly applying for divorce or it is a sole application, we will prepare the application for signature, file it at the Family Court, and send you a copy of your divorce order when we receive it from the court.
- Our services extend to applications for consent orders and drafting or reviewing binding financial agreements for your property settlement or parenting plan.
Amicable Family Law Agreements
Divorce is never fun. Not only does it mean parting ways with someone you love, but also having to deal with the legalities involved. In some states, divorce is expensive and time-consuming.
However, an amicable family law agreement allows both parties to agree on certain terms without involving a judge. There are several advantages to using an amicable family law settlement over going to court. An amicable divorce is not only cost effective, but an amicable agreement also reached through the support of our family lawyers will be catered to your individual situation and provide an amicable divorce.
The Benefits Of Amicable Family Law
Are you wondering, “Can a divorce be amicable?” If your relationship is coming to an end, you will have several concerns regarding the custody of your kids and how you will split the finances that you have become used to sharing, amongst other factors. Consider the benefits of your divorce being amicable:
- First, consider your children. If you and your soon-to-be ex-partner are bitter and hostile towards each other, it may be detrimental to your children. It is often far more beneficial for you to work on maintaining good terms with your partner, and such an attitude may also help with the process of making decisions that involve your children.
- If you and your ex-partner agree to an amicable split, you should ensure that any verbal agreements are set down and made legally binding. Following this process means that both of you will adhere to what you have decided, so there is no possibility of either of you making claims at a later stage. Such claims can become a complex possibility in a non-amicable separation, particularly if either of you meets someone new after you have separated.
Why Choose O’Loan Family Law For Amicable Family Law Agreements
We are a boutique law firm based in the North Sydney area. Our legal practice’s focus is on generating amicable solutions that allow you to move forward with your life and avoid stressful times. Although an amicable separation is an ideal situation, we know that there are separations that are not as amicable. We have extensive experience in cases with child-related issues, including cases in which relocation is contested or there is conflict over custody. Dealing with financial matters is a part of our skillset, especially if you have concerns about spousal maintenance or other aspects of settlement agreements.
If you have any questions or concerns, get in touch with us to book a 15-minute introductory call. There is no charge for this call, and you will be better equipped to make a decision about how to move forward.
Amicable Family Law FAQs
Yes! A lawyer should be involved when two parties want to resolve a dispute. This way, both parties know what they are getting into, and how much money each party has to spend. Also, lawyers help ensure that all legal requirements are met, such as contracts, licenses, etc. Our experienced family lawyers can provide you with legal advice to help you reach and formalise amicable agreement.
If you want to file for an amicable divorce in Australia, you must first obtain a legal separation agreement from your spouse. This document should be signed by both parties and include all relevant information about property division, child custody, spousal support, and other issues. The legal separation agreement should also specify how any debts incurred during the marriage will be divided between the two spouses.
Yes, you should formalise it. This way, you can avoid future disputes about who has what rights. However, if you do not formalise the plan, you may be forced to go through court proceedings later.
What Our Clients Say
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