At Central Coast Family Law we recognise that a family law dispute, whether it involves your property or your children, is a time in your life when the things that you value the most are at risk. Our aim is to help you achieve the best and fairest result possible to protect your family, your future and your assets.
Property Settlement can make arrangements to divide the assets accumulated or brought into the relationship between them in a fair way.
A written agreement that is approved by court. This can cover parenting arrangements for children and financial agreements such as property and maintenance.
We are able to assist our clients in either reaching an agreement about parenting arrangements for their child or children.
De Facto Relationships
We can help you to understand the law relating to de facto couples.
When someone dies leaving a Will, the Executor of the Will has the role of putting into effect the will maker’s wishes.
Wills and Power of Attorney
We can help you change your Will and provide advice on preparing a Power of Attorney, whereby a trusted person can act for you.
An Enduring Guardianship is a means by which you can appoint a trusted person to make decisions if you are unable to make them for yourself.