De-facto Relationships

Separation, know what you are entitled to when you are in a de-facto relationship.

Even without being married, a de facto relationship is still considered a valid union in the eyes of the law. However, separating assets, and property and negotiating parenting arrangements such as the custody of your children, can be tricky and complex whether you a married or in a de facto relationship. Our family lawyers can help you work out what you are entitled to and the best family law strategy for you to achieve the outcome you and your children.

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