Our family lawyers are highly qualified and experienced in all divorce and separation matters.
Going through a breakup or divorce is never an easy process and can lead to a great deal of unpleasantness.
You need to have someone on your side who understands what you are going through and can advise you about all the legal aspects of your individual case.
Contact one of highly experienced lawyers today.
If you have been involved in a family breakup and your ex has obtained an interim violence restraining order (VRO) against you contact our senior lawyers for legal advice.
You have 21 days from the date the police serve you to lodge an objection. If the matter is not settled by negotiation and written undertaking and proceeds to a final hearing you will need to prepare your evidence to present to the magistrate. If you have been charged with a breach of your VRO contact our senior lawyers who are also experienced criminal defence lawyers for legal advice and representation.
If you have experienced acts of abuse or feel intimidated or have been threatened by your ex partner consider taking out a violence restraining order (VRO) against them for your protection.
The exact terms of a restraining order will vary depending on the circumstances, but it usually includes terms that require the Respondent to keep away from you. Our lawyers, will appear in court to assist you with your application. Call us today for an appointment.
If parties are able to reach an agreement in relation to the care arrangements of their children (Parenting Orders), or the division of property (Financial orders), or the maintenance for a husband, wife or de-facto spouse (Spousal Maintenance) they are encouraged to file a Form 11 Application for Consent Orders in the Family Court.
Consent Orders have the same binding legal effect as orders made after a Court hearing. Our family lawyers can guide you through the process of an Application for Consent Orders.
Financial and property issues are matters dealt with by the Family Court in order to resolve a dispute about how property is to be divided after separation between married couple pursuant to the Family Law Act 1997 (Cth) or de facto partners pursuant to the Family Court Act 1997 (WA).
Property includes real estate, motor vehicles, furniture, investments, superannuation, family business, trust, any other assets and liabilities.
Some couples are able to reach amicable agreements in relation to their property division matters; and as such, agreements can be prepared by our solicitors at Robinson Family Lawyers in a Form 11 Application and filed in Court as Consent Orders.
For other couples who have difficulties negotiating or reaching agreements over financial and property issues, our solicitors at Robinson Family Lawyers would be able to provide assistance in resolving the disagreements.
Tel: (08) 9221 1365
Noeleen Robinson has years of experience working as a family and criminal lawyer and has a proven track record for obtaining excellent outcomes for clients. She provides legal advice on all aspects of family law and is committed to obtaining the best possible results for clients which involves careful strategic planning at the outset of each case, regular communication with clients throughout and sound preparation for court.
Tel: (08) 9221 1365
Mila (“My-la”) is a passionate family and criminal defence lawyer who has worked on a wide range of complex and sensitive matters for a broad range of clients. As a Senior Solicitor, Mila has dealt with a number of challenging parenting matters including cases where there have been allegations of abuse, family violence, interstate and international travel and matters where urgent recovery orders have been required.