Ipswich Lawyers

Navigating legal matters creates a highly stressful environment. Our Ipswich lawyers work with you to mitigate that stress and support you through legal proceedings.

Ipswich Lawyers Delivering Tailored Advice & Guiding You

Our Ipswich lawyers are passionate about supporting clients through the delivery of personalised advice and guidance. Most situations that lead to your need for a lawyer are hugely stressful and in many cases, a significant moment in your life. We take special care to ensure you’re feeling supported throughout the process.

Book a Consultation

Our $150 in-depth consultation is an initial consultation where we will discuss your situation in detail and provide thorough advice on the next steps you should take to resolve your matter.

10 Minute Free Telephone Consultation

Or, you can get a free 10 minute phone consultation to find if our services suit your specific needs

Our Fields of Expertise

With a team of Ipswich lawyers who’re committed to providing ongoing support and guidance, we can help across three key fields: family law, property law, and wills and estates administration. Of course, we’re extremely knowledgeable across the subservices of these fields too. From property settlements and child custody matters to conveyancing and binding financial agreements.

Family Law

As experienced family lawyers, we understand that any time requiring our engagement is a tense, stressful time. We work to minimise your stress and grief by providing ongoing support and keeping you up to date throughout the process.

Child Custody

The process of child custody arrangements and parenting plans can be extremely tense and often complicated. There are so many different factors that play into parenting plans and custody arrangements, and it’s important that the arrangements created benefit the children above all. Similarly to divorce situations, our Ipswich lawyers prefer to keep these matters out of court where possible for your benefit.

Divorce & Separation

Whether you’re separating or getting a divorce, ending a long term relationship can be a really devastating and stressful time. When legal matters are involved, it can become even more difficult to go through. We absolutely understand. When you partner with our Ipswich lawyers for these matters, we’ll work to minimise your stress through organised, transparent processes and by keeping you informed. 

When it comes to divorce and separation, our Ipswich lawyers prefer to take the mediation route before going to court. It’s ideal for both parties to come to agreements outside of the court. This is because it’s less distressing for each party, it’s quicker, and it saves on legal fees.

Property Settlements

The property settlement is where the division of assets and property happens following divorce or separation. Included in your property and assets is your family home, cars, savings, shares, superannuation, and any other assets. A misconception around property settlements is that your property will be split 50/50 between the couple. 

Property settlement in Australia is created to benefit each party as best we can and set them up for a successful future. A 50/50 split isn’t necessarily what will benefit both parties best. So, throughout the division of your assets, your personal circumstances are considered: who’s looking after the children, who contributed what to the relationship, and what are the basic needs of each party.

Book a Consultation

Our $150 in-depth consultation is an initial consultation where we will discuss your situation in detail and provide thorough advice on the next steps you should take to resolve your matter.

10 Minute Free Telephone Consultation

Or, you can get a free 10 minute phone consultation to find if our services suit your specific needs

Financial Agreements By Ipswich Lawyers

A binding financial agreement sees two people enter into a contractual agreement regarding how their assets will be divided should their relationship come to an end. Sometimes referred to as prenuptial agreements, financial agreements basically see you and your partner or spouse come to an agreement ahead of time. These need to be overseen by a lawyer to ensure they meet all legal obligations.

Wills & Estates

Experienced in preparing wills and planning estates, our Ipswich lawyers can support you through the consideration and creation stages of your will. From considerations around children and pets to the division of assets and property — having our Ipswich lawyers prepare your will for you will offer you serious peace of mind. 

Conveyancing

With a team of Ipswich lawyers who are highly experienced in property law and conveyancing, we can support clients through the sale or purchase of a new property. We’ll offer you personalised advice, hands-on guidance, and ongoing support throughout the entire process, from the start to the settlement.

Meet Our Ipswich Lawyers

If you’re searching for Ipswich lawyers, Ipswich Family Law is here to offer you the support you need. You can rely on us to share our knowledge and expertise across family law, property law, and wills and estates. We’re passionate about partnering with you to get you the very best outcome we can.

Book a Consultation

Our $150 in-depth consultation is an initial consultation where we will discuss your situation in detail and provide thorough advice on the next steps you should take to resolve your matter.

10 Minute Free Telephone Consultation

Or, you can get a free 10 minute phone consultation to find if our services suit your specific needs

Ipswich Lawyers: FAQs

Lawyers do more than represent you in court. Firstly, we actually try and work to keep matters out of court most of the time. This is because it’s cheaper and quicker for you to sort matters out outside of court. It’s also less likely to be a stressful or traumatic experience for you. 

Outside of that, lawyers spend a lot of time discussing and dissecting your legal matters with you to offer tailored support and share expected outcomes with you. In terms of your case, we’ll research and gather information and evidence for you, develop a strategy, and then pursue the legal matter on your behalf. 

Lawyers wear many different hats to support you through these different legal processes.

A lawyer is someone who has received a degree in law and is qualified to practice law. Solicitors, barristers, and judges are all technically lawyers. 

A solicitor is a lawyer who can give you legal advice and has the relevant qualifications to represent you in court.

Our Ipswich lawyers provide specialised legal advice across all areas of family law. This includes divorce and separation as well as child custody matters, and property settlement. It also includes property law and conveyancing and the preparation of wills and estate planning. 

Where family court matters are concerned, you probably will require a lawyer. Even if these matters are settled outside of court, having a legal professional involved from the outset just makes sense to ensure you’re protected. 

The same applies where you’re seeking will preparation, estate planning, and property law. 

We offer free 10 minute consultations. Feel free to give our team a call to discuss your requirements and we may be able to help.

We’re currently open for in-person consultations as well as telephone consults and video chats.