Why Choose East Coast Family Law
At East Coast Family Law (Incorporating Flintoff's Family Law), Our family lawyers in Newcastle, Port Macquarie, Maitland & the Central Coast take pride in being part of an approachable law practice. Our solicitors will listen and give you the advice you need to help solve your problem. Our firm employs experienced legal support staff to ensure that all work is carried out smoothly.
Whether you need help with divorce, property settlements, a will dispute or a children’s matter; we prefer to resolve all family law matters outside of Court wherever possible – to minimise the expense and stress involved for you. However, where necessary your East Coast Law lawyer is ready to take on the challenge of presenting your best possible case in Court.
Domestic and Family Violence: How to get support in domestic violence relationships
Whether it is you, a friend or a relative at risk, it is important to know that there is help available.
This ebook will help answer some of the common issues surrounding domestic and family violence including:
- What is domestic violence?
- What are the signs of a controlling relationship?
- Where can you get support?
Care and Protection: Know Your Rights and Where to Get Support
Download this guide to find out information on child care and protection services:
Answer questions such as:
- What is child care and protection?
- When can a child be taken from their parents?
- What are your rights as a parent?
Property settlement; Know your rights when dividing property assets
Helping you navigate the waters of a property settlement with your former partner
Find out these answers and more:
- How soon you can get divorced
- When you can begin property settlement
- How to get a fair outcome
Separation and Divorce: Putting your Children First
Going separation or divorce with children and like some practical advice on how to work towards the best outcome?
Inside we'll look into and give tips on all stages of a separation:
- The initial decision to separate
- Moving out, and on
- Settling into a new family life
- When it all gets too much