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Are you going through a family dispute?

Normally, people think that the healthiest thing for a family is not to have conflicts among its members. But, on the contrary, conflicts are not an expression of illness, but rather a sign that the family is alive, with people who can have many coincidences but who are different beyond being part of the same family group. Nevertheless, there are some cases where conflicts are taken to a greater scaler, and they cannot be considered a common issue since one or both members decide to take legal action to defend their rights and interests. For these cases, the best option for you is to contact a lawyer that can assist you throughout the entire litigation process and help you achieve the best possible outcome.

From the law, or rather from the experience we have as family lawyers, we understand that many people prefer to act spontaneously, however, there are some situations that are quite delicate and require the assistance of a committed professional. By contacting our experts, you can forget about these issues and focus on what is truly important, supporting your children and any family member involved throughout this complicated process.

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Family Disputes

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MOST COMMON CASES OF FAMILY DISPUTES

Family disputes are interpersonal conflicts that affect all the individuals in the family since their members have a shared history in common. Family mediation is a very desirable form of conflict resolution and its implementation has been very positive and growing in family relationships and marital and couple crises, extending to other contexts such as inheritance and inheritance, obligation of maintenance, adoption, custody of children, visitation of grandparents, compensatory pension, separation of property or goods, attribution of family housing, and more.

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LOOKING FOR A MEDIATOR CAN BE AN OPTION

Family mediation is demonstrating throughout the world many advantages such as the decongestion of the courts, it also helps both parts save money and time, the increased participation of the actors in the conflict and the ability of all of them to assume their own personal responsibility in solving the problem are also great benefits of this practises. This does not mean that family mediation replaces the Courts of Justice, but it can “unload” them from some matters that can be resolved extrajudicially.

In most cases it is possible to reach a solution through mediation or trying different approaches.

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WHAT TO DO WHEN THERE ARE FAMILY DISPUTES?

The family is the most important institution of society, for that reason it should be an environment that allows proper growing and helps people achieve their goals in life. As in any other institution or place in life, when values such as respect and tolerance are not a part of the equation it is time to look for professional help, here at Melbourne Men Family Lawyers we can help you reach a solution since we promote a true culture of Human Rights and protection towards the weakest.

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WHAT DOCUMENTS SHOULD I TAKE TO MY FIRST VISIT TO A FAMILY LAWYER?

These documents can help our lawyers have a clearer image of the reality your family is facing and what can be done in the legal aspect to solve those problems:

  • A summary with names of your children and your spouse as well as their birth dates.
  • Your marriage contract if you have it.
  • Any type of written agreements, this includes: Separation Agreement, Settlement Consents and Amending Agreements as well.
  • Bring your income tax return from the last taxation year as well and don’t forget to write down any questions you want to ask to our professionals.

If you want to discuss your family disputes with a professional that can serve as a mediator or represent your rights and interests on the legal court, contact us today and we will be happy to come up with an excellent strategy for your case.

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At Melbourne Family Lawyers Co, we will provide you with top legal representation so you are able to spend time with them, prevent improvised relocations, and avoid financial affections due to property settlements and goods distribution.