Separation or divorce can be a distressing, emotional experience, so you’ll feel better having an expert like Antunes Lawyers look after the legal paperwork for you.

The law around separation and divorce can be complicated, with many a blind spot to beware of, so it’s a smart idea to have to have a specialist legal mind by your side.

It’s true that these days separation or divorce can be a relatively simple process, but there are still plenty of myths and misunderstandings about how the law works. And you can still find yourself at a disadvantage if you don’t have a Family Law expert help you navigate the right way through.

For example, a finalised divorce means you are no longer married under the law, but the act of divorce itself does not affect property, finance or parenting – all of which must be treated separately, either with an agreement by consent or by Order from a Judge.

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Separation or divorce is a daunting process which can take a lot of out of you and your children both emotionally and physically, so at Antunes Lawyers we have developed our Family Law services to ensure there’s a strong foundation of understanding and support in what we do for you.

Above all else, it’s important to remember that your separation or divorce may mean the end of one relationship and an upsetting period of time, but if you have the right legal help the path ahead can be a smooth, seamless transition into the next exciting phase of your life.

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What are Consent Orders and how can I apply for them?

There are risks to leaving any agreement on parenting or property arrangements undocumented. Consent orders protect both parties.

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What is my ‘date of separation’?

The date of separation is the date that one, or both, of the parties to the marriage decided that the marriage was over and is often characterised by one party leaving the former matrimonial home.

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