The main focus of our Online Divorce Lawyer practice is on assisting couples with an amicable divorce so they save time, stress and legal costs for themselves, their children and their extended family. Our other services are complemented with areas of expertise often required in family law property settlements such as Conveyancing (transferring, buying and selling real estate), Estate Planning (Wills, Powers of Attorney and Appointments of Enduring Guardian – dependent on the State where you reside) and Mediation (conferences focused on resolving disputes and facilitated by an independent third party).
Online Divorce Lawyer’s main focus is in assisting separated couples achieve an amicable property settlement. However we are experienced and competent in the following areas of law :
Conveyancing – Buying and Selling Property
Selling We know how important it can be for your conveyancing transaction to proceed as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Our competent staff will lead you through the process, answering your queries as they arise, and guiding you to the successful conclusion of your sale.
Buying a property can be one of the most important financial decisions you will make, whether it is a first home purchase, relocation to a larger/smaller home, or adding an investment property to your portfolio. We understand the importance of making thorough searches and investigations of the new property, and assisting you through the process of financing your purchase.
To discuss your individual needs with a conveyancing expert contact us on email@example.com
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“We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your help and patience in the purchase of our first investment property. We were extremely satisfied with all the professional help and advice given to us. We do hope if we need any legal help in the future (whether it’s purchasing another investment property or updating our wills) that you would be available to help us again with your expert advice. Thanks again.”
Shayne and Tony, Newcastle
Many people consider their life planning documentation to be of low priority, however these are the most important documents you will sign to give you, and your family, peace of mind in the event of you becoming incapable of managing your financial affairs, or making decisions in relation to your health and lifestyle.
Your Will appoints an executor to administer your estate, and sets out how you assets will be divided. If you do not have a Will your family will be put to additional expense and distress to apply for administration of your estate, and your assets may not be divided as you would want them distributed.
A Power of Attorney appoints a trusted person or relative to look after your financial affairs, if you become incapable of doing so. You must be of sound mind to sign the document. If you do not have a Power of Attorney then a State appointed administrator may need to take over your assets and administer them until the time of your death, and your family will have little say in the manner in which your assets are managed.
An Appointment of Enduring Guardian appoints a trusted person or relative to make decisions relating to your health and lifestyle issues, if you are not capable of making those decisions. These include where you will live, the kind of health care or other services you will receive and to consent to medical and dental procedures. Without an adequate Appointment of Enduring Guardian, a State appointed Administrator may be appointed to make these decisions without discussion with your family.
To discuss your individual needs with an estate planning expert contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
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“We want to thank you very much for visiting our father and finalising the respective documents. Your dealings with our father were very professional and importantly for us, very considerate and understanding of his age. We also appreciate your offer of holding a copy of his Will with the other documents.”
Our Principal Director, Lyn Lucas, first trained as a Mediator in 1995. She has conducted numerous conferences through the Legal Aid Family Law Early Intervention Conferencing procedures, and was appointed by the District Court as a Mediator in De facto Property matters. Lyn conducts private Mediations through her law firm.
Lyn is a firm believer in the benefits and advantages of the Mediation process in assisting conflicting parties to reach satisfactory agreement of their disputes, to achieve closure, and to move forward in their lives.
To discuss your individual needs with a mediation expert email us on email@example.com