Family Law including Separation, Divorce, De Facto and Children/Parenting matters – Adelaide
Matters relating to separation, divorce, the division of assets, and negotiating parenting arrangements for children can be stressful and difficult. People are often unsure about the legal process and where they stand, which leaves them feeling anxious about their future. Most people also want clarity about their entitlements, and obligations.
Scammell & Co.’s dedicated and experienced Family Law team provide the ideal starting point in getting answers to your questions. We put the wheels in motion so that your legal issues are resolved as quickly and efficiently as possible, and with sensitivity and understanding. We will explain the relevant law and how it applies to your situation in a manner that you understand. We will also advise you on practical and cost-effective solutions to suit your individual needs and circumstances.
Our Family Lawyers can provide you with peace of mind that comes from knowing that your legal issues are being carefully handled by experieinced professionals.
If you need realistic, accurate and pragmatic legal advice about your situation from an experienced, practical and senior Family lawyer, please contact us for a confidential discussion.
Our Family Law service areas include:
- De Facto Relationships
- Property Settlements
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Binding Financial Agreements and Pre-Nuptial Agreements
- Spousal Maintenance
- Child Protection Law*
- Estate Planning – taking into account changes in your circumstances
* Please refer to the Child Protection webpage for any matter involving the Department for Child Protection (Families SA) and the removal of a child/children.
IMPORTANT: We will only take on a Family Law matter on a grant of Legal Aid in limited circumstances if the matter is straight-forward.
Our Family Law team can meet with you at any of our offices located throughout South Australia: Adelaide CBD, Port Adelaide, Walkerville and Gawler. Call or email us today to speak with a lawyer about your circumstances, or to book an appointment at an office convenient to you.