Practising exclusively in Family and De Facto Law, we understand the complexities involved in these areas of law and we will provide you with informative and focussed advice in relation to your rights and obligations. 

Where appropriate, Hills Family Law Centre also work in conjunction with respected experts who can assist in the timely resolution of your family law matters, including Barristers, Accountants, Valuers, Counsellors and Mediators. 

We strive to give you the understanding and compassion that you will need during this difficult time in your life, whilst giving you a realistic assessment of your matter and the professional guidance you need to achieve the most appropriate and cost effective outcome.

We understand that every client has a unique set of circumstances, and as such each requires a unique approach and set of services. The more common areas of family law that we deal with are listed on this page, however please contact us for an initial consultation so we can tailor our services to suit your needs.

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Financial Agreements are written documents made with the consent of both parties to a relationship.  A Financial Agreement can be made before, during or even after a marriage or de facto relationship has ended.

In short, a Binding Financial Agreement formalises an agreement that you and your partner have reached in relation to the division of your property and financial resources.

Private Child Support Agreements

Child Support Agreements allow parties to formalise their own agreements regarding what they deem to be appropriate maintenance arrangements for their child or children, including the amount of child support to be paid, and how those payments are to be made. 

Spousal Maintenance Agreements

Following the breakdown of a marriage or de facto relationship, one party may be liable to financially maintain the other party for a period of time, provided they have the financial means to do so and in circumstances where the other is unable to sufficiently support themselves. 

With respect to any type of Binding Financial Agreement, both parties to the agreement must obtain their own independent legal advice before entering into the agreement.

Seeking counsel from the experienced team at Hills Family Law Centre will assist you to make well informed decisions and ensure that your rights are protected, whilst also giving you the peace of mind that your personal matters have been appropriately managed and resolved.