Lawyer Ipswich

Searching for a lawyer, Ipswich? We’re Ipswich Family Law, a firm offering support and guidance to Ipswich clients across family law, wills and estates, and property matters.

Lawyer Ipswich: Lawyers Offering Guidance & Sharing Knowledge

When you have a legal matter you need resolved, you want a lawyer you can rely on to offer you guidance and advice, share their knowledge with you, and get the job done well. You can expect strong support from our Ipswich lawyers who will partner with you to navigate the legal processes and explore your options.

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

Legal Support, Without The Jargon

You need a lawyer you can understand. While we take care of your legal proceedings for you and support you every step of the way, there’s still an integral need for you to understand what we’re telling you, what we’re doing, and why we’re doing it. Our lawyers take the time and the care to ensure you’re on the same page and we’re communicating in a way that makes perfect sense.

Our Fields of Expertise

Our Ipswich lawyers are specialists across family law, including divorce, property settlements, and child custody matters. We’re also highly experienced in preparing and administering wills and estates as well as conveyancing law.

Lawyer Ipswich: Family Law

Separation, divorce, child custody matters — no matter which line of family law you need support in, it’s a stressful period for you. Your Ipswich lawyer understands that. Often, you’ll need support navigating the complex processes that come with these matters and your subsequent legal needs.

Child Custody

Taking children matters in court is the most stressful element of divorce. Parents want what’s best for their children and making big decisions, such as who will become the key carer for them can create a sensitive time for everyone involved. Our lawyers are highly experienced in supporting divorced couples through these negotiations.

Divorce & Separation

Whether it’s a divorce or separation, ending a long term relationship can cause a lot of grief and stress, even outside of the legal aspect. We support clients through separation and divorce by firstly offering and facilitating mediation, as we believe this is the best place to start. It creates an environment where things can hopefully be kept outside of the court, minimising expenses and grief. However, we’ll then support you through court proceedings should that time come.

Property Settlements

Following divorce, property needs to be settled. Property can cover your home and any investment properties and assets such as cars, cash, shares, and superannuation. A big misconception is that these settlements are made so each party receives 50 per cent of the property. The settlement is actually based on two main ideas: who contributed what and who needs what. 

So, if one person entered the relationship already owning the family home, that will be taken into consideration. If one person will be taking care of the children for a majority of the time, that will also be taken into account.

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 Lawyer Ipswich

Financial agreements work to protect both parties in the case of a breakup or divorce. These legal agreements allow couples to arrange a set agreement that suits both parties. It means should you divorce or separate, the big decisions have already been made. It’s best to make these agreements with a lawyer’s support to ensure they can be held up in court.

Wills & Estates

Whether it’s preparing your will or planning your estate, it will be really beneficial to speak with a legal professional. These documents can be highly complex and need to be tight in terms of the law. Our lawyers are highly experienced in planning and preparing wills and estates and can work as an impartial party assisting you through the process.

Conveyancing

With a team of experienced property lawyers, we can support you with your conveyancing needs. We’ll guide you through the process — whether you’re buying or selling. We’re big on making sure the conveyancing and property buying or selling process is as simplistic as possible for you.

Lawyer Ipswich: Meet the Team

When you’re in need of an Ipswich lawyer, you need a firm you can rely on for ongoing support and personalised guidance. Our team will offer you the support you need while breaking down legal processes and legal matters for you in a language you can understand.

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

Lawyer Ipswich: FAQs

We do more than representing you in court. Lawyers will, in a lot of circumstances, actually work to help keep matters out of court for you. From liaising with you to understand your specific situation, offering you support, and discussing our expected outcome, to gathering information and evidence, developing a strategy, and then pursuing the legal matter on your behalf. 

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

We’re specialists in all areas of family law, including divorce and separation, child custody matters, and property settlement, as well as general property law, including conveyancing, and the preparation of wills and estates.

Typically, if you’re going to court in a family law matter, it is best for your protection to get a lawyer. If you need a will or estate prepared, a lawyer will help ensure it ticks the correct boxes legally. It’s really common to be unsure of whether you need a lawyer. 

 

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.