At Oxford Partners, we understand that a breakdown of a relationship can be stressful and traumatic on anyone. However, we are here with you, to fight for you and get you a quick and cost-effective resolution.
The breakdown of a relationship or marriage is certainly a very traumatic and stressful time in a person’s life. It not only affects the husband, wife and partners, but it also affects the whole family. Family law disputes can also encompass those associated with de facto relationships, which may include property/financial disputes, binding financial agreements, children’s matters and which parent they live with or spend time with, child support issues, spousal maintenance, adoption and all associated issues that arise as a consequence of the breakdown of a marriage or de facto relationship.
Our family law team provides practical, sensible advice which focuses on our clients’ specific needs and requirements. We always aim for timely and cost-effective resolutions to minimise the emotional and financial toll these disputes can have on our clients.
The highly experienced Oxford Partners family law team is dedicated to fully understanding your legal position and providing clear advice that is completely understandable.Meet Our Lawyers
When you choose Oxford Partners as your family lawyer, you receive a dedicated team of professionals that’s sole purpose is to achieve the best outcome for you. We offer upfront and honest advice and we will not lead you down the garden path with unreasonable solutions. In addition to this, we also offer pay at the end options so you don’t need to be anxious about how you will pay lawyers fees whilst worrying about your family.
Family Law is a complex field with every case different. It can be a difficult time for you and your family and our experienced lawyers will provide the right advice at a cost-effective price. We aim to achieve a prompt resolution to your family law dispute with compassion and understanding. We can provide assistance in all aspects of marriage, divorce and de-facto separations including settlement agreements, parenting plans, recovery orders, child support and spousal maintenance.