Robinson Family Lawyers

Experienced Family Lawyers in Perth, WA

Our family lawyers are highly qualified and experienced in all divorce and separation matters.

Family Law Services

When couples break up there are many issues that must be settled legally. The sooner this is done the more quickly you can get on with your life. Getting good legal advice right at the beginning from family lawyers is an essential step in getting your life back. View all our Family Law Services

Violence Restraining Orders

If you feel that you are in danger of violence due to threats made by your partner, or if you have already suffered violence it is essential to take steps to stay safe. Part of this is applying for a violence restraining order (VRO). We can help you prepare your evidence and application and attend court with you. More on VRO’s

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Let us help you by providing timely, tactful and sound legal advice so you will know where you stand and can take action accordingly.

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Noeleen Robinson

Solicitor and Director of Family Law Team

Tel: (08) 9221 1365

Noeleen Robinson and her team of highly committed and experienced family lawyers assist individuals experiencing all manner of legal issues arising from relationship breakdowns. We approach each case with…

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Mila Mortimer

Senior Family Law Associate

Tel: (08) 9221 1365

Mila has extensive experience as a family lawyer as she has represented individuals from all parts of Australia and overseas in a great variety of complex financial, property and parenting matters arising from…

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Tel: (08) 9221 1365

Ellise joined Robinson Family Lawyers in August 2017. She was admitted to practice as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Western Australia in December 2016 after graduating with a Bachelor of Laws…

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Divorce matters

If you need to know where you stand legally before or after a divorce or de facto
separation, we will be happy to advise you.

Family Law Perth

Divorce can bring with it many questions such as how to divide the family assets, how to deal with debts of the relationship, who will have custody of the children, visiting rights and spousal maintenance, what will happen to the family home and many more issues.

Getting these questions settled may take some time, but you need to know all the legal ramifications so you can make the right decisions.

We will advise and guide you in these divorce law matters.

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Violence restraining orders

If the court grants an interim violence restraining order it comes into effect as soon
as it is served on the respondent by the police.

p2If the respondent objects to it a final hearing where the evidence of both of you will be given before a Magistrate. If the Magistrate grants a final order the Violence Restraining Order will usually be in effect for 2 years. If the respondent does not comply with the terms he or she may face a gaol term.

If you have been named as the respondent in a VRO and you lodge an objection to a final order being made we will advise you on how to comply with the VRO and will represent you at the final hearing. The terms of a VRO can be very detrimental to a respondent as they often include being prevented from returning to the family home. Sometimes we can negotiate with the applicant and settle the matter by an agreement made by undertaking which will avoid both of you giving evidence at a final hearing. We will advise you on how to avoid a breach of VRO and if you have already been charged with breaching your VRO we will represent you at your court hearing.

We will advise and guide you in these matters. Contact us today

Property Division and Financial Settlements

Financial and property issues are matters dealt with by the Family Court

p4It can also cover financial arrangements, division of property and maintenance of property. We can help you with these very important issues to ensure the best result for you and for your children.

Property division and financial settlements

If you and your ex own property or any other kinds of assets, it is imperative to work out an equitable division. In many cases this can be settled out of court if parties can be reasonable and this must be tried before taking the matter to court.

Our family lawyers can give you a great deal of advice and guidance so you can get these problems settled. Read more about property division and financial settlements.

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We will advise and guide you in these matters. Contact us today

Memberships & Associations
Family Law Practitioners’ Association of Western Australia | Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia

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