Family Lawyers Perth | Divorce Lawyers Perth | Criminal Lawyers Perth

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FREE initial 15 minutes legal advice over the phone with one of our Perth family lawyers, Perth divorce lawyers, or Perth criminal lawyers. Balmoral Legal is a boutique Perth law firm, specialising in family law and criminal law.

Therefore at Balmoral Legal, we understand legal situations can be stressful and overwhelming. So this is why we provide our clients with practical solutions to their legal problems.

Furthermore providing expert advice in respect of your legal matter with trained professional family lawyers, divorce lawyers and criminal lawyers.

You are in good hands.

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Secondly we are conveniently located at 83 Burswood Road, Burswood 7 minutes the Perth CBD

Thirdly our solicitors are available to answer any of your questions.

Providing a Free initial 15 minutes legal advice over the phone in Perth. As we are here to assist you in deciding the correct path for your matter.

Call us on +61 8 9355 0776. Or alternatively send us an email to info@balmorallegal.com.au and we will respond to your enquiry within one business day.

infoWhy Choose Balmoral legal

tickWe provide you with expert advice

Perth Family Lawyers, Perth Criminal Lawyers, with experience to assist you in your matter.

tickWe communicate with you

We don’t talk jargon. As simple as it sounds, it is often rare. We keep you informed and we do what we say we will.

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We provide a free initial 15 minute legal advice consultation to assist: your initial call won’t cost you anything.

Our Legal Services include

Divorce

To obtain an Order for Divorce, you need to meet certain legislative requirements. A divorce does not, however, end your financial relationship with your former partner.

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Property Settlements

Some property settlements can be reasonably straightforward, while others can be complex. It is important to obtain legal advice before negotiating with your former partner.

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Child Custody Disputes

When you are unable to come to an agreement in respect of the future arrangements for your children, you may require mediation, negotiation or litigation.

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Binding Financial Agreements

If you would like to control your financial affairs without intervention by the Family Court, you may consider entering into a Binding Financial Agreement.

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De facto Relationships

De facto couples have many of the same rights that married couples have in respect of children, property settlement, and spousal maintenance.

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Spousal Maintenance

When couples separate, one of them may find it difficult to meet their expenses. If this applies to you, you may be able to apply for spousal maintenance.

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Restraining Orders

If you feel threatened or intimidated by another person, a Restraining Order may help. Breach of a Restraining Order can have serious consequences.

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Child Support

If you are not satisfied with your current child support assessment, you may wish to consider entering into a Binding Child Support Agreement.

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Same Sex Relationships

Same sex relationships are recognised under Western Australian law. Same sex couples have many of the same rights that married couples have.

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Criminal Law

If you have been charged with a criminal offence it is essential that you obtain legal advice from an experienced legal team.

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Traffic Law

If you have been charged with a drink driving, speeding or other traffic offence, the consequences of any conviction may be serious.

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Parenting Issues

After separation, it is important to ensure that there are practical and appropriate arrangements in place for the care of the children.

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Consent Orders & Agreements

Not all matters need to go to Court. If you manage to resolve your dispute amicably, you can give legal effect to any agreed arrangements.

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