Divorce: is the process of ending the legal relationship of marriage to your spouse.
Property settlement: is a term used for the division of a couple’s assets, superannuation and liabilities.
Financial Agreement: – is a type of contract that can be used to document a binding settlement.
Consent Orders: are another way of documenting a binding settlement and can deal with children’s arrangements, as well as property settlement.
Family Dispute Resolution (FDR): is a type of mediation in the family law space.
Child Support: is a term usually used to describe financial support that is paid to the parent who your children live with for most of the time. Child support can also include expenses paid for the benefit of children, such as: school fees, extra-curricular activities, and medical costs.
Parenting Plan: is a written agreement between parents about their children’s living arrangements and can include terms about various aspects of their upbringing.