Are you a resident of Macquarie Park seeking advice and representation regarding a family law issue?
Boyce Family Law provides reliable, specialist advice and representation for all family law matters including property settlements and disputes, parenting and child custody matters, de facto relationships and divorce and separation.
We understand that the breakdown of a relationship can be very difficult for those involved. Our family and divorce lawyers appreciate the fullness of your unique situation and will provide effective family law advice and representation to residents of Macquarie Park.
Our family law services
At Boyce Family Law we provide comprehensive family law advice and representation on a range of matters including:
- married couples as well as de facto relationships
- divorce and separation
- child custody disputes
- the ongoing parenting arrangements for children
- spousal maintenance
- property and asset division and settlement
- domestic violence and apprehended violence orders
If youare separated and would like to file for divorce, we can provide you with advice in relation to making and application and file and Application for Divorce on your behalf. Contact us by telephone or email and one of our divorce lawyers and family lawyers will assist you.
Frequently when people separate, the need arises for those involved to divide the property and liabilities acquired throughout the course of their marriage or de facto relationship. If you are seeking legal advice and representation to help you resolve this issue, contact Boyce Family Law and one of our divorce and family lawyers will assist you. We are experienced in successfully dealing with property and financial matters typically encountered by residents of Macquarie Park.
Often when people separate, disputes will arise in relation to the ongoing living and financial arrangements for their children. Boyce Family Law’s divorce and family lawyers are experienced in providing comprehensive advice and representation in relation to all parenting matters to residents of Macquarie Park.