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Do I need a lawyer?

Do I need a lawyer?

do i need a lawyer

How the right representation can guide you through the process of achieving a property settlement.

Cadel Evans didn’t win the Tour de France alone

A property settlement can be likened to the Tour de France; there are many stages, technical considerations, and a carefully planned approach is crucial to getting the result you’re after. In the Tour, the leader needs support from his team to shield himself from attacks, and a host of expert support staff to ensure he is informed and prepared to tackle the challenging road ahead. Property settlements are much the same. A good lawyer can guide you through the process and take much of the burden from your shoulders during an often difficult time. Whilst some stages of a property settlement can seem like an uphill battle, each mountain is one that a specialist family lawyer has climbed countless times. We explain the process and explore your goals; address temporary or urgent issues; assess the interests and concerns of other parties; gather information; creatively problem solve; and finally negotiate an agreement.

Finding the right representation can mean the difference between tackling the Pyrenees on a road bike or a tricycle. Contact Swan Family Lawyers to get you into gear.

Call us now on 8227 1970 and we will chat with you over the phone free of charge.

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Disclaimer: The information contained in this blog is for informational purposes only and is not legal advice. Nothing in this blog should be deemed to create or constitute a solicitor-client relationship between any readers and Swan Family Lawyers. A solicitor-client relationship is created only when this firm agrees to represent someone and a written engagement agreement or engagement letter is signed by both the client and solicitor. In all cases, the reader should consult his or her own solicitor for advice. The information in this blog is based on Australian law.