Family LawNobody wants to go to court. At Testart Family Lawyers, we encourage all forms of alternative dispute resolution by our family lawyers in Malvern, Camberwell, Balwyn, Hawthorn & Melbourne.
FAMILY LAW MELBOURNE, MALVERN, KEW, HAWTHORN, CAMBERWELL & BALWYN
Nobody wants to go to court. At Testart Family Lawyers, we encourage all forms of alternative dispute resolution by our family lawyers in Malvern, Camberwell, Balwyn, Hawthorn & Melbourne.
We know the inside of a courtroom, so we can do our best to ensure that you won’t need to spend any unnecessary time or expense with the court process. We have nationally accredited mediators. And if your matter does require going to court, we can meet all of your family law needs, appearing on your behalf at interim hearings, conciliation conferences, final hearings and appeals.
At Testart Family Lawyers, we specialise in family law Melbourne, Kew, Hawthorn, Balwyn and Camberwell including:
• Property and Financial Settlements
• Pre-Nuptial Agreements and Binding Financial Agreements
• De Facto and Same Sex Relationships
• Childrens’ and Parenting Orders (including child custody, shared parenting, access to children, children’s living arrangements and relocation)
• Family Violence and Intervention Order Applications
• Contravention applications
• Spousal Maintenance
• Child Support
• Hague Convention applications
Contact us today to discuss your Family Law needs.
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