Carter & Ferguson Solicitors can help with effective advice and representation in all areas of law relating to personal and family relationships.
At Carter & Ferguson we understand that family separation is a difficult and emotional time for the whole family, and a time when significant parenting and financial decisions need to be made. We take the time to really listen, and to explain the process and options available to ensure you feel engaged and comfortable with the process and the decisions you are making throughout this time.
Our team of professionals are committed to our clients interests and needs and are able to manage your matter effectively and with sensitivity through all stages, whether that be engaging in non-adversarial solutions such as negotiation and settlement conferences, or representing you and presenting your case at court.
How we can help:
- Co-habitation Agreements
- De-facto relationships
- Same sex relationships
- Division of property and assets
- Separation & Divorce
- Negotiated settlements
- Custody & Contact with children
- Parenting Agreements
- Family Court matters
- Domestic violence issues
- Spousal maintenance
- Grandparents interests
The office is located 100 from the nearest train station.
This service operates in the following area(s):
Does this firm provide Legal Aid? Yes
Member of the following Legal Aid panel/s: Family, Civil, Criminal
Is the first consultation free? yes
Collaborative lawyer: no
Registered Alternative Dispute Practitioner: no
Registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner: no
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