Sometimes you do not have a real choice of reaching an agreement and avoid going to court if one party is unreasonable or deliberately forcing you through the court system. In most situations you will have a choice.
It is important to regularly stand back and ask yourself what is truly important to you.
Fighting for your legal entitlements should be considered in context. Some of the factors you should consider are:
It is good to know your legal rights and entitlements. It is better to have an overall plan taking into account:
Separations are often an emotional time and it can be difficult to remain rational. Yet it is this quality that you will need to make sensible decisions.
We work closely with you and at all times are practical in our approach. We know the law, but our focus is on resolving your matter.
“I wish to thank you for all your efforts on our behalf. Simply thanking you doesn’t cover the difference your help has made, not only to our lives, but importantly to the long term prospects for [name of child removed].
The work you have put in and, I believe, the emotion you invested, goes way beyond the solicitor-client contract. We are enormously grateful.”
[Name of grandparents in Brisbane removed, 19 June 2020]
This case involved both family law and domestic violence.
“Dear Duc and the staff at Freeman Lawyers
Your dedication to clients and the hard work you’ve done for me almost daily has not gone unnoticed and will never be forgotten.
This went on for me for a long time and thank you for all the hours and work you put in to win this for me and [name of child removed].
I always had complete faith you would deliver me the best outcome.”
[Mother/Wife in Brisbane, June 2020]