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Because family law is so closely aligned with what’s happening in the community and wider societal trends, it’s an area that’s constantly evolving. New rulings and changes to legislation require that our team always keeps abreast of what’s happening in the field.

At The Family Lawyer, we like to provide you with as much up-to-date information as possible regarding all areas of family law. That’s why we have designed a range of publications to serve as guides. These allow you to gain a better understanding of the family law issues relating to your situation.

Our family lawyers also keep up with changes and trends in the area of family law in Victoria and Australia, researching and writing articles regularly to ensure we are across what’s happening and ahead of the game.

Family law is no place for a “one size fits all” solution. Contact The Family Lawyer to discuss your personal circumstances today.

The different areas of Australian family law
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