Achieving the Best Possible Outcomes in Legal Cases

  • When You Might Rely on a Lawyer to Help You File for a Divorce

    14 June 2016

    In most areas, couples are allowed to file for a divorce on their own, without the help of a lawyer. This can certainly save them money, but it's not always the best choice. There may be delays in your paperwork and hearings if you don't file things properly or don't provide adequate proof of certain claims, and you may also be assuming you know how the law works in your case.

  • How to expose hidden possessions in divorce settlements

    13 June 2016

    Property division is arguably the most stressful aspect in a divorce proceeding. During property division, the two divorcing parties must agree on the best way to share out marital property, debts and funds. Often, spouses experience suspicion and distrust during this process, given that one of the spouses may sometimes attempt to conceal the identity of assets from the other spouse. If you are going through divorce and feel that the other spouse is hiding assets from you, get in touch with a family law solicitor.

  • When Is It Better to Use a Migration Agent When Coming to Australia?

    3 June 2016

    If you're planning a long-term or potentially permanent move to Australia, you are not legally obligated to use a migration agent in applying for your visa. However, this doesn't mean you should be too hasty in deciding on going through this process on your own. Note when it may be to your advantage to use a migration agent. 1. When time is an issue This doesn't mean the time in which you expect to hear back from the immigration agency, as a migration agent cannot hurry your visa application ahead of other applicants.