We’re having some trouble reaching an agreement

We want to assist you in imagining your new future and if possible, to work together with your ex to solve common problems.   However, this may not always be possible and depends very much on your unique circumstances.

We want to help you to move forward and get some advice about things like:

  • how you can  get your ex back to the negotiation table.
  • what to do if your ex just doesn’t want to move forward but you’re ready.
  • how to reach agreement when you are both still living under the same roof.
  • how to start a discussion about plans for the kids.
  • whether you should be talking to the kids about the situation and if so, what you should talk to them about and what’s best to leave out.
  • what your goals are for the next 12 months … and the next 5 years.
  • what your future financial pathway might look like.

Even if you feel like you’re not quite ready, wouldn’t it be great to know what is the thing you need to be doing first?

If you’d like to get a bit of clarity around your situation, book a free 15 minute call with us. Follow this link to go directly to our booking page.

Want some more information now?

There are two main pathways outlined that you can take if you are having some trouble reaching an agreement.  We have included more information below about each of those pathways.

Collaborative Family Law - Oloan Family Lawyers

Collaborative Practice

If you want to stay out of Court and work with your former partner to achieve a settlement for your family’s future, Collaborative Practice might be suitable for you.
Traditional Family Law - Oloan Family Lawyers

Traditional Family Law

Many families that we work with use this pathway to reach agreement. We like to refer to it as Traditional Family Law.
We’d love to talk with you and explore how we can help you. Please contact us to organise your complimentary 15 minute telephone consultation