Family Lawyers Townsville

When your relationship breaks down, be it a marriage or a de-facto relationship, it can be stressful, traumatic and emotionally challenging for everyone involved. It is important to have a reliable and supportive family lawyer who can assist you and guide you through the process. We encourage settlements, whenever possible using a firm but civil and friendly approach. Going to court should be only resorted to when all else fails, and we are ready to litigate should that need arise. Our aim is to achieve the best result in the most timely and cost effective manner.

Children Issues

Where there are children involved, they often become the subject of much contention. Some of the areas of contention are:

  • Which parent will have the day to day care of the children?
  • What is shared care?
  • How can I have more time with my children?
  • How much child support will I have to pay?

There are many more questions that arise when it comes to dealing with the family law  matters involving children.  Our family law solicitors Townsville are able to assist you promptly, and effectively address issues such as these and any other family law issues concerning children that you may have.

Property Settlement

Disputes over property can be among the most contentious arguments couples can have when separating and divorcing.  Our experienced family lawyers can help you protect your interests and pursue a fair outcome when it comes to the division of the property.


Separation can be difficult and stressful times, our family law solicitors Townsville will assist you to take the stress out by ensuring that your divorce proceedings are efficient and cost-effective.

Domestic Violence Matters

Domestic Violence, or as it is also known Family Violence, and includes relationship violence, intimate partner violence, child abuse.

If you are experiencing Domestic Violence of feel threatened in any way then contact the Police on 000 or DV Connect on 1800 811 811.

A Domestic Violence Order includes either a Police Protection Notice, a Temporary Protection Order, or a Protection Order. A temporary order may be issued by the Court or issued by Police as a Police Protection Notice, and remain in force until the hearing of the Application for a Protection Order. If the Application is successful then the Court will grant a Protection Order against the Respondent. Domestic Violence Orders can impact on other areas of your life including matters involving your children and parenting orders. A Domestic Violence Order will also effect any Weapons Licence you may hold. It is important that you obtain advice on how a Domestic Violence Order may impact your life.

We provide advice and appear for either the Applicant or Respondent. We also provide advice in relation to criminal charges for breaching a Domestic Violence Order.
If someone has taken out a Domestic Violence Protection Order or you have been issued with a Police Protection Notice, then it is important that you comply with the conditions stipulated on the Order or Police Protection Notice. If you do not go to Court then a Protection Order can still be made against you.

For more details regarding domestic violence orders contact our office and speak to one of our lawyers today.


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