Aussie Divorce has specialist divorce lawyers ready to assist people through the difficulties associated with the breakdown of relationships and divorce. It's about important information and access to those people who can help you most.
Aussie Divorce is the brainchild of Alan Weiss who experienced the pain and financial nightmare of divorce a decade ago and decided there had to be an easier way. He's not a divorce lawyer - which is why he designed this site - for people who may have little or no experience of the legal system.
Today Aussie Divorce is the most powerful tool you can have in dealing with your family law matters.
Below is a series of short videos that explain more clearly the individual sections of Aussie Divorce that will help you negotiate the legal minefield of divorce and other areas of family law.
This site provides topic based information about family law. Includes information on family law principles; Child Custody , Child Support, Consent Orders, Collaborative Family Law, De facto Relationships, Divorce , Separation , Domestic Violence, Financial Agreements, Grandparents, Property Settlement , Parenting After Separation, Spousal Maintenance and the Family Courts system.
The are many great lawyers out there but Most people would have no idea how to find the lawyer who's best for their needs.
And the right lawyer can make an enormous difference to how easily - or not - you get through the legal minefield.
This was the experience Alan Weiss wanted to simplify. Instead of trawling through pages of law firms, the Aussie Divorce system means you can simply click on your suburb, postcode or region and easily find a lawyer who's committed to helping you when you need that help most.
Whether you're in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth or even Adelaide we have family and divorce lawyers that are ready to help you instantly.
Welcome to Aussie Divorce free online Collaborative Divorce Lawyers Directory designed to assist you locate your nearest Family lawyer who are trained in the practice of collaborative divorce law and aid couples in the dissolution process through problem-solving negotiations that do not include adversarial techniques or tactics.
Collaborative Family Law (also called Collaborative Divorce or Collaborative Practice) is a structured process that provides an alternative to going to court.
There are three basic principles concerning collaborative divorce:
We have family lawyers wherever you live or work, including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, other Australian capital cities, major cities, metropolitan areas, country towns and regions.
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Aussie Divorce products deal with all the relevant strategies that you will need to ensure you are in control of your divorce. By following the advice in them, you are guaranteed to save money.
It can be really hard to find the energy to keep on top of your divorce details whilst dealing with a relationship breakdown, family upheavals, and even your day to day life. This Organiser is a private way for you to easily keep track of all your commitments and organise your divorce from start to finish.
This is your Divorce (Not Your Lawyer's) This book, written by the founder of Aussie Divorce, is about doing your divorce 'well'. It demystifies the divorce process and helps you keep an eye on your objectives. It will also keep money in your pocket - not your lawyers, and is an excellent resource when compiling all your information and choosing your lawyer.
Written with the assistance of an experienced Family Court Barrister
You will be given a road map for:
This is your Divorce (Not Your Lawyer's) book, is available from this site and can be purchased as a hard copy, Audio, or download from as little as $10.00AU.
We offer a fixed-fee divorce that will provide you with the security of knowing exactly what your divorce will cost. It's simple: answer a few questions and our lawyers will provide you with a tailored quote and run down of the procedures.
Our lawyers' expertise and experience means you will not be compromising on service or standards. The fixed fee provides you with the security of knowing exactly what your divorce will cost. Download PDF “Divorce in Australia - FAQ”
Provided by an independent family court barrister
Know where you stand. Some lawyers unrealistically raise your expectations, leading to lengthy and expensive proceedings. In the end, the outcome is disappointing, and you've spent a fortune on legal fees trying to achieve something that was never going to happen. Our online case assessment will tell you how much of the property you really are likely to get. We won't conduct your proceedings, so we have no interest in raising your expectations unrealistically.
Our family law information section includes topics covering the critical areas of the Australian family law systems. Here you will find information about property settlements, children matters, divorce and de facto relationship.
Here, lawyers who specialise in family law present issues and information on everything from changes to the legal process to child support matters. Free and without agenda, this is a valuable tool for anyone going through a divorce.