From urgent intervention orders and court hearings, to long term child custody and financial agreements, parents and carers come to Antunes Lawyers for expertise and true care.

Whatever’s going on in your personal life, the best thing you can do for your children is engage help from specialist legal professionals who understand and plan to protect their emotions.

Disputes involving children are often highly charged and always deeply upsetting, and the huge negative impacts of separation and divorce on the little ones are very well documented. So it’s important that your legal help understands how to keep those effects to the bare minimum.

Who your child lives with, and where? Who your child spends time with, for how long and in what circumstance? Who has ultimate responsibility for your child’s welfare, and where do they go to school? How does school holiday and overseas travel work? This all needs working out, ASAP.

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True child and parenting expertise, across the whole legal landscape

After decades representing parents and their children, Antunes Lawyers understands that no two cases are the same.

We take a collaborative, holistic approach, making it our business to know every corner of the law, actively involving third party support to secure the best outcomes.

In many cases parenting issues can be resolved through successful negotiation or mediation outside of the legal system – if you haven’t tried that path yet, read more about how we can help with negotiation and mediation. Inside the legal arena of child and parenting, our expertise includes.

  • Urgent interventions
  • Urgent recovery orders
  • Breach of existing court orders
  • Pre-court negotiations
  • Risk of harm to children
  • Supervised parenting times
  • Drug abuse concerns
  • Dispute resolutions
  • Family violence and abuse
  • Mental health issues
  • Parenting arrangements
  • Family or Federal Circuit Court
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