Gold Coast Family Lawyers at ABKJ
The firm of ABKJ Lawyers has been providing legal advice and guidance to the Gold Coast community in matters of Family Law since the commencement of the practice in 1970. We enjoy a reputation amongst our clients for providing high quality, practical advice, which can only be born out of years of experience.
Unlike some firms which have a practice confined only to family law, we bring our broad commercial and litigation expertise to the issues that may confront you, and we believe that the depth of our skills in these areas equip us to provide you with the comprehensive guidance that you need to properly assess your options.
We appreciate that marital and de facto relationship breakdown is a time of extreme stress, and emotional turmoil for the whole family. Our Family Law team is here to provide pragmatic advice on what to expect through the process, and to provide you with realistic expectations as to what your rights and entitlements might be. If you have children, their interests are obviously paramount, and you will need to understand the relevant considerations which need to be taken into account in making proper provision for their future.
Preservation of harmony and co-operation between partners, particularly where children are involved, is a priority. Disputation through the court process should be a last resort, but if this becomes necessary, we are well qualified to provide you with the robust representation which may be necessary.
Some of the areas of Family Law in which we provide frequent advice to our clients are as follows:
- Parenting disputes & agreements
- Child support
- Domestic violence orders
- Property adjustment & division
- Protecting property
- Rights upon division of Superannuation
- Pre-nuptial agreements
- Property & Binding Financial agreements
- Property Adjustment and Cohabitation Agreements for de facto couples
Family Law FAQs
- Separation & Divorce FAQs
- De Facto & Same Sex Relationships FAQs
- Children in Family Law FAQs
- Alternatives to Court FAQs
- Other Family Law FAQs
- When Your Partner Says "You'll Get Nothing"
- Who Gets The Children