When relationships break down, sometimes the financial interests of (non-spouse) third parties may be affected.

We regularly advise and act for corporate and other “third party” clients whose financial interests have or may be affected by the breakdown of a marriage or de facto relationship, including companies, superannuation funds, family trusts, adult children, banks, creditors and relatives of spouse parties.

Such family law matters often cut across other areas of law such as bankruptcy law, commercial law, property law and the laws of equity and trusts.

Although these matters usually have a distinct commercial element, they must nevertheless be resolved by reference to applicable family laws and therefore require advice and representation which is firmly grounded in the family law jurisdiction.

Between them, William Boyce and Robert Minter of Boyce Family Law have many years experience advising and representing clients in relation to family law and commercial matters, and are therefore uniquely placed to provide our corporate and third party clients with solution-driven, first tier family law services.