Crossing Family Lawyers deal with all aspects of family law, including:
- financial agreements;
- property settlement;
- parenting issues;
- spousal maintenance;
- child maintenance and child support;
- collaborative resolution of family law disputes; and
Family law in Australia continues to undergo changes. Superannuation is now considered property that can be divided between parties to a marriage. Financial agreements now give greater freedom for parties to a de facto relationship or a marriage to reach agreements about property and spousal maintenance.
The rules that govern the conduct of legal proceedings continue to change, as do the court's approach to parenting issues.
We practise exclusively in family law and are in touch with these changes.
We strive to resolve family law disputes by agreement. If agreement cannot be reached, we have the expertise to effectively represent you in legal proceedings.
We participate in collaborative practice, in which the parties agree to resolve a dispute without going to court or threatening to do so. For more information on collaborative practice see www.collaborativeprofessionalswa.com.au.