Darwin Family Lawyers | Expert Family Solicitors
Available For All Cases. Leading Darwin Family Lawyers.
Why Do People Choose Our Go To Court Family Lawyers?
- A strong option for those who need an experienced and affordable lawyer.
- All of the lawyers in our Darwin network have been selected based on their record of exceptional performance.
- You will always have access to fast and effective legal help when you go to court.
- There are no hidden fees.
Our family lawyers are experienced in:
- Domestic Violence
- Parenting Orders
- Pre-nupital agreements
- all other Family law issues.
Northern Territory Magistrates Court:
Darwin, NT 0800
Go To Court Lawyers Shortlisted in Australian Law Awards
Go To Court Lawyers has been shortlisted in two categories in the Australian legal industry’s most prestigious awards. GTC has been named a finalist in both the Innovator of the Year Award and the NewLaw Firm of the Year Award categories of the 2018 Australian Law Awards, hosted by Lawyers Weekly. The 18th annual Australian…
Child Protection (Qld)
The protection of children in Queensland is governed by the Child Protection Act 1999. The act gives the Department of Communities (Child Safety) and the Children’s Court various powers to intervene where a child is at risk of harm. When the Department becomes aware that a family is struggling to care for children, it will try…
Under the Family Law Act, a legal or de facto spouse may claim spousal maintenance after separation. Spousal maintenance is payable if there is a substantial difference in the incomes of the spouses at the date of separation. If a spouse is entitled to spousal maintenance, the spouse with the higher income must provide him…
Court Orders Woman May Use Deceased Partner’s Sperm
On 26 June 2018, the Supreme Court of Queensland handed down a decision ordering that Ayla Cresswell could use the sperm of her deceased partner to conceive a child via Assisted Reproductive Therapy (ART). It was a historic decision as no such order had previously been made by an Australian court. The decision has broad…