Family Law

The breakdown of a relationship, including separation and divorce, is one of the most stressful and painful events a person can experience. It is not unusual for separation to cause a range of very strong emotions such as anxiety, fear, and even anger. This can be exacerbated by having to deal with the family law system.

Coming to terms with separation can be extremely stressful and emotionally draining. It can also be challenging to navigate the legal and practical minefields whilst separating from a partner, especially when there are children involved and emotions are already running high.

Our compassionate and skilled family lawyers understand how difficult this can be, which is why our priority is to work with people experiencing separation and help them get their life back on track with minimum hassle and expense. We will take the time to listen to your unique story and help you work through what arrangements can be made for your children and how your assets are likely to be divided in the circumstances.

We are a collaborative practice, which means that we will negotiate with the party to resolve your family law matter without going to court whenever it is possible. If it becomes necessary to go to court, we can prepare all of the necessary paperwork and make a robust argument to the court on your behalf.

Regardless of whether your matter involves negotiation or litigation, you can expect professional and practical advice on all areas of family law such as marriage, separation, divorce, children’s matters, binding financial agreements (pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements), and property settlements.

As you may be experiencing the most difficult time of your life, our family lawyers can help you connect with any counselling and other professional services you may need.

Please contact us on 1300 546 200 to make a no-obligation appointment with one of the compassionate and experienced family lawyers at Lincoln Chambers Barristers & Solicitors.

Alternatively, please click on the banner below to complete an electronic form tailored to your individual family law needs.