Here are some tips and a checklist to make sure you get the most out of the experience, that the Family Lawyer gets the information he or she needs, and you get the advice you are after.
Here are some bits of information that your Family Lawyer will need to know. (Some things may not be relevant to your situation. Just complete the parts that are.)
It is also really helpful to put together a chronology of major events in the relationship – e.g. dates that you acquired property and how you obtained the funds to do so; if you sold assets, what happened to the proceeds?
The more of this pre-work you do the quicker it will be for your Family Lawyer to get to the nub of your problem, and the more cost effective your meeting.
And if you need more information, or a free initial consultation about your legal issues, contact one of our Family Lawyers on (08) 8231 1110 or get in touch online.
The content of this article is intended to provide a general guide to the subject matter. Specialist advice should be sought about your specific circumstances.
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