Clarity Call

You may be feeling a little overwhelmed and the thought of talking to a lawyer may be a little bit daunting at this time. You don’t know what questions you need to be asking and what you should do next. There are so many thoughts going through your mind that it can seem very confusing. If you are feeling like this, you need to book in a Clarity call with Anne-Marie.

Once you make the appointment and taken the first step regarding your family law matter that should make you feel a lot better.

At the beginning of the call:
  • Introduce yourself and give us some information about yourself.
  • You will be provided with some information on what we do.
  • Share your story with us very briefly.
  • We can give some you information on the resolution pathways.
  • We will also provide you with additional information on the divorce process. You may ask us any questions you may have.
  • We will then talk to you about the next steps you should take.

Separation Strategy Session

In order for you to make your own decisions I provide you with as much information as possible on the resolution pathways available that will enable you to work cooperatively with your spouse to reach a smoother, kinder and amicable separation. If you are looking for a solution that will set you on the right path towards resolving your family law matter, you should then attend an informative Separation Strategy Session with Anne-Marie . The 60 minute Separation Strategy Sessions are very useful. You can get a lot of value out of them. With the information you obtain you can create an actionable strategy so you can work with your partner in a calm and respectful manner regarding parenting arrangements and property matters. You can arrange to have a strategy session in person or online.

You may ask us any questions you may have. We will then tell you how we think you should proceed and the next steps you should take. However at this session we are unable to offer you legal advice about whether a particular settlement is suitable or not.

Download the Separation Strategy brochure here.


Family Law Coaching

There are growing number of people now who can’t afford a lawyer and are choosing to front court to represent themselves. We can offer “Family Law Coaching” services for a fee to those who are unable to afford a lawyer or who do not want full legal representation. This involves having a conversation with us, and we will give you tips on how to present yourself and your argument in court. Family law coaching improves the likelihood of success while you continue to represent yourself in court to negotiate the best result.

The service comes as more people are appearing for themselves in court in family law matters. Many people cannot afford to hire a lawyer and due to the cuts to Legal Aid, self-representation is fast becoming the “new normal”. Litigants facing hardships make the decision to face the justice system on their own. By providing this service to clients who can’t afford full representation, we are providing a service that enables them to represent themselves better.

We meet with the Self-Represented Litigants to find out where they are in the legal process, and help them onto the next step of their proceeding. In a one-hour meeting, one of our lawyers will discuss with you the nature of your legal problem, what has happened so far and determine where you are. At the end of your appointment, you will understand what you need to do next. Our coaches will look over your paperwork, develop a legal strategy, review and revise agreements for you and also give you insight on judges and other lawyers.You can continue to have more meetings depending on the amount of help or coaching you need.

This is a great option for those who want to do most of the work themselves but need a little guidance along the way. This will improve the likelihood of your success and help you:

  • Avoid costly mistakes
  • Develop a legal strategy
  • Educate you on the legal principles that may apply to your situation
  • Help you prepare and review documents
  • Answer your questions along the way
  • Explain formal court rules
  • Get you organized
  • Explore settlement options

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