Marsden Family Lawyers: Skilled Family Law Professionals
Our Marsden family lawyers are driven by obtaining the best results for our clients. We understand the need to provide an exceptional service in an empathetic but highly-skilled way. And that is exactly what we do.
Our family lawyers in Marsden are passionate about family law and getting results for our clients. Providing a tailored service and getting to know you is the Go To Court Lawyers difference. It also means greater prospects of success as we know the inside and the out of your matter.
Experience the difference with a Go To Court Marsden family lawyer
Go To Court Lawyers are different. We have made available to all Australians a Legal Hotline that is staffed by qualified and experienced lawyers every day, even outside business hours. This makes booking to see a Marsden family lawyer even easier.
Why wait? Experience the Go To Court difference now by calling 1300 636 846.
Our family law team in Marsden make the trip for your convenience
Our Marsden family lawyers understand that life does not stop even if you have an ongoing family law matter. This is why we equip our family lawyers in Marsden with the technology to provide consultations at a location which is convenient to you.
Ask any of our Marsden family lawyers what they want all of our clients to know and they will tell you the same thing. The cost for not seeking family law advice will always be higher if you delay.
This is why Go To Court has an obligation-free Legal Hotline where you can speak with a lawyer every day, 7am until midnight. You no longer have to wait until business hours to speak to a lawyer about your family law issue.
Articles written and edited by lawyers for you, for free
On our website, we have hundreds of family law articles. They are written and edited by qualified lawyers and are all in plain English.
We strive to make legal information accessible to everyone. Here are some of the most popular family law articles:
- Prenuptial Agreements (also known as financial agreements);
- Access to Children.
- Annulment of Marriage;
- Recognition of an Overseas Marriage; and
- Separation and Divorce in Australia.
Common family law issues resolved by Go To Court’s Marsden family lawyers
The cost of bad advice can be devastating. Our Marsden family lawyers have decades of combined experience in obtaining good results for our family law clients. Here are some of the most common family law issues our lawyers resolve daily.
Property settlement and superannuation splitting
Questions about superannuation commonly arise during property settlement. While not everyone has a house and assets, every Australian worker has superannuation. It is the law.
Superannuation is dealt with as a form of property under Australia’s Family Law Act 1975. But special rules apply to it.
The experienced Go To Court team of family lawyers in Marsden are familiar with these rules. Their advice on your rights and obligations provide certainty in a confusing time.
More about superannuation splitting can be read here.
Rights of grandparents
Despite popular belief to the opposite, the Family Law Act 1975 grants grandparents the right to access children. This is under the principle that it is in the best interests of the children concerned.
These cases are often complex and emotional. But there is no need to give up. Our Marsden family lawyers are empathetic and understanding while also diligent in ensuring your rights are best protected.
More about rights of grandparents to their grandchildren can be read here.
Urgent recovery orders
When the worst imaginable situation happens – a parent breaches a court order and does not let the other parent access their child. That is when you can depend on our lawyers.
Go To Court’s Marsden lawyers are experienced in appearing in the Federal Circuit and Family Courts. Being able to act quickly, our lawyers can obtain urgent recovery orders when the unthinkable happens.
Every situation is unique. This is why there is no substitute for experienced and well-researched advice. To learn more, read our dedicated article, Recovery Orders.