Resolve Your Family Law and Divorce Matters Today
Dealing with family law dispute can be quite complicated and time-consuming. At Tang Law, our lawyers understand the stress and anxiety you may be confronted with, and we will use our experience and legal knowledge to assist you to move past difficulties and towards a better future. With over 600 family law cases handled since 2002, our experienced family lawyers will offer advice that considers your best interest and is clear and concise in all Family Law related matters.
We cover a wide range of Family Law matters including:
Separation and Divorce
If your relationship breaks down, you and your former partner will need to make some immediate decisions about practical issues concerning your children and your assets. The Family Law Act established the principle of no-fault divorce in Australia. When granting a divorce, the Court does not consider why the marriage ended and the only ground for divorce is that the marriage broke down and there is no reasonable likelihood that the parties will get back together. As a requirements,you need to satisfy the Court that you and your spouse have lived separately and apart for at least 12 months, and there is no reasonable likelihood of resuming married life. At Tang Law, we can give you legal advice to understand your rights and responsibilities before applying for a separation, divorce or other applications in relation to a divorce.
Pre-Nuptial Agreements and Advice on De-Facto Relationships
The Family Law Act allows couples (including de-facto couples) to enter into written financial agreements to determine how their financial affairs are to be resolved in the unfortunate event of separation. The financial agreement can be entered into in contemplation of a marriage (commonly known as “pre-nuptial”) or a de facto relationship, during a marriage or a de facto relationship and after divorce or breakdown of a de facto relationship. Tang Law can assist you in drafting the agreement and give you peace of mind in the course of your relationship.
Parental Responsibility and Child Custody
In a case involving children or parenting issues, it is a requirement that the separating family must undergo a Compulsory Family Dispute Resolution before court proceedings can be commenced. It is far too common that parties to a marriage or de facto relationship breakdown neglected to have significant regards to the welfare of their children and subconsciously focused too narrowly on property division. In fact, the welfare and interest of the children should always be the primary concern in any relationship breakdown. If you and your ex-partner find the breakdown to be very stressful, it is not hard to imagine the children will find it extremely difficult to cope with.
We also assist in the following areas:
- Advice on your rights under Family Law
- Binding Financial Agreements and Assets Split
- Preservation of assets
- Separation under one roof
- Relationship breakdown and effect on partner visa
- Child Custody and Support
- Superannuation splits and financial disputes
We can help you reach a fair agreement
We understand it is important that you enter into a fair arrangement, whether it is in relation to the division of assets, child custody, spousal and child maintenance, amongst others. You will have the benefit of our advice in knowing exactly what you need to do, what your rights and entitlements are, how to structure a fair arrangement as well as our undivided loyalty in representing you in and out of court.
Our Practice also includes:
We have successfully assisted more than 1690 clients to file their visa applications, to appeal for visa cancellation or refusal and provided business migration support in past 10 years. Our migration law practice covers application for visas and citizenship, appeals for visa cancellation and refusal, criminal deportation reviews and appeals, and migration compliance support services.
Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution
We have successfully handled more than 4500 legal cases since 2002. When legal actions are necessary, our civil lawyers utilise their legal skills and wealth of experience in representing our clients in the relevant courts.
We have been providing legal advice and representation to clients regarding their businesses and other commercial law concerns since 2002. Our commercial law practice covers purchase and sale of a business, licensing and franchising agreements, formation and dissolution of partnerships and corporations, and business contracts and general legal advice.