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Family Law and Collaborative Law based in South Melbourne

About to embark on a new beginning?

In life, it seems change is the only constant and this can bring with it pain, stress and uncertainty.  Accessible Family Law is here to guide you through your separation and resolve your family law issues with efficiency and skill. We know this new beginning won't be easy at times, but we've helped many clients just like you, achieve an outcome that is sensible, considered and brings closure.  

We pride ourselves on achieving settlements that preserve our client's emotional and financial resources, a family law settlement should not come at the expense of you and your family. 

Responsive, down to earth legal services.

Accessible Family Law is committed to offering innovative legal services with a difference. This includes:

  • flexible appointments - we can work with your schedule and offer appointments by phone and skype;
  • fixed fees  - for many of our services; 
  • specialised knowledge  - family law specialists;
  • collaborative approach - we work to keep you out of court and moving on with your life sooner.

Ready to start the conversation?

Call us today on (03) 7002 6222 or send us an email enquiry. We are ready to help you.

Our Blog

November 5 2020
The complexities of the separation process come with many decisions. One early hurdle is deciding who, if anyone, should stay in the house if you’re separating or separated? There’s no one size fits all solution here, but there...
September 2 2020
When it comes to Family Law matters we deal with the breakdown of two types of relationships, marriages and de facto relationships. A marriage is usually pretty straight forward to prove, and we’ve written previously on our blog...
July 13 2020
What is a “de facto” relationship in Australia? Lots of people have heard of de facto relationships, often as some kind of non-formal alternative to marriage. But what is a de facto relationship, why does it matter, and how do...

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