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    Family Law

    Introduction

    Family legal issues can be tough, but you don’t have to face them alone. At Marocchi Law, we understand the emotional weight of family disputes. Our experienced lawyers specialise in family law, offering a helping hand during these challenging times.

    Our Approach

    We believe in resolving family matters with empathy and efficiency. From managing the complexities of divorce and separation to addressing child custody, we are committed to easing your burden. Our team takes the time to understand your unique situation and tailors our services to meet your needs.

    Keeping it Out of Court

    We know court proceedings can be stressful and costly. That’s why we focus on resolving disputes through mediation and negotiation wherever possible. Our goal is to achieve the best outcome for you, without the need for a stressful court battle.

    Legal Representation

    If court proceedings become necessary, our team is ready to provide robust legal support. We represent you in Family Law Court, Local Courts, and Federal Courts, ensuring your voice is heard and your rights are upheld.

    Our Family Law Services

    • Divorce and Separation
    • Property Settlement
    • Children’s Matters
    • Appeals
    • Family Violence
    • Child Support
    • Spousal Maintenance
    • Taxation and Family Business Matters

     Additional Support

    We offer funding through JustFund for family court costs, ensuring financial concerns don’t stand in the way of seeking justice.

    We now offer funding through JustFund – Australia’s only specialist family law finance provider.

    JustFunds gives you upfront funding to help cover your family court costs, so you don’t have to pay a cent until your case is resolved. Contact us for more information today.

    Trusted Legal Advice

    Our team, with over 30 years of experience, is committed to providing clear and effective legal support.

    CALL NOW: 1300 727 266

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    Frequently
    Asked Questions

    For any queries or support in Will and estate matters, contact us for professional and empathetic guidance.
    Who Can Make a Will?
    Anyone over 18 or those under 18 who are married (or planning to marry) can make a will, provided they have the mental capacity to do so. For unmarried individuals under 18, court approval is needed.
    How Much Compensation Will I Receive Through a Personal Injury Claim?
    The amount varies based on several factors unique to each case. It’s recommended to consult a personal injury lawyer for a more personalised assessment.
    Do I need a lawyer for a superannuation claim?

    For complex superannuation claims, a specialist lawyer can be very helpful. They can navigate through the terms and conditions of the Super Fund to ensure you receive what you’re entitled to.

    What is Stamp Duty? Will I Need to Pay It?
    Stamp duty is a tax imposed on property purchases, varying by state. You may be eligible for concessions. Consulting with an experienced conveyancer can provide clarity on how it affects your property purchase.
    What are my rights if I am arrested?
    Upon arrest, you have the right to remain silent, the right to legal representation, and the right to be treated fairly and without undue force.

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