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RRR Lawyers – Reliable Family Law Lawyers in Melbourne

Legal family matters can be sensitive. Be it a family dispute, a divorce, domestic violence, child custody, or anything else that involves family members. At RRR Lawyers, our family law solicitors understand how sensitive family legal processes can be. We are a law firm practising in all kinds of family law issues, with a team of experienced family law lawyers in Carlton who can guide you and offer you the most reasonable and favourable legal solutions.

We offer a compassionate environment and communicate with full confidentiality during this emotional and stressful time. We offer legal help and family law advice for the following family matters:

  • Divorce or Separation
  • Property Settlement
  • Custody Matters
  • Spousal Maintenance
  • Domestic Violence
  • Domestic and De Facto Relationships
  • De Facto Relationships
  • Same-Sex Relationships
  • Any other Family Matters

Our team of family law lawyers will listen to your family matters patiently and provide you with the required assistance at every step. Whether it is a negotiation, out of court settlement or a legal court system, our team of children lawyers, separation lawyers and divorce lawyers will guide you through every step.

Our procedures and communication processes have been developed thoughtfully to ensure that we are able to offer you a constructive solution.

We are a member of the Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia. This means our family law solicitors are constantly updated with the changes related to the Family Law Act.

We Offer Legal Help for the Following Family Matters:

  • Legal matters involving children
  • Child support
  • Divorce
  • Spouse Maintenance
  • Property
  • Superannuation
  • Court applications – including interstate and overseas
  • International and Australia-wide financial issues
  • Relocation of children – national and international
  • Collaborative family law
  • De facto partner disputes
  • Domestic violence
  • Intervention orders
  • Prenuptial agreements
  • Protection of assets
  • Spouse maintenance claims
  • Taxation and estate planning issues
  • Urgent court applications to prevent children being removed or assets ‘disappearing’

Your Family Matter, Our Legal Advice

Our family law lawyers work closely with clients to understand the whole situation. We listen, support, advise and focus on your needs and priorities. We understand that everyone’s circumstances are different, and so we personalise each client’s solution. Based on your input, we customise our approach and offer suitable legal advice.

Our team of children lawyers and separation lawyers provide you with reliable family law advice with proper clarity so that there isn’t any room for confusion. We explain every possibility and solution step-by-step so that you know exactly where you are heading and can make an informed decision.

Our aim is to help you achieve a favourable outcome in a timely manner. We encourage a friendly approach to resolve disputes while protecting your interests. Our primary focus is settlement through dispute resolution methods. But sometimes, court and litigation is a necessary step under certain circumstances.

A Sensitive Approach Towards Family Law Cases

Separation, divorce and other issues relating to family law or domestic law like child protection and domestic violence can be complex, time-consuming and emotionally draining. Our family law children’s lawyers and separation lawyers work with you to guide you through the legal process by providing you with the best legal support to resolve your family issue.

Our Melbourne divorce lawyers have years of experience and a high success rate with cases like prenuptial agreements, wills, property settlements, commercial litigation and issues relating to de-facto relationships.

The team at RRR Lawyers aim to resolve issues in a timely and effective manner. Our efforts are driven towards providing you with an exceptional service backed by prompt and influential action.

Why Choose RRR Lawyers as Your Legal Partner?

  • Experienced family law lawyers in Carlton
  • An experienced name in the legal industry since 1973
  • Personalised legal service
  • Long-standing relationships
  • Excellent track record

As experienced Melbourne divorce lawyers and family law lawyers in Carlton, we first advise negotiation which is often less stressful and more satisfactory.

Contact Us for Any Family-Related Legal Issues

To opt for our legal assistance for your family issue, contact us on (03) 9387 2424. Our family law child custody lawyers and separation lawyers would love to help you with the right family law advice.

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