Family Law

Dimocks family law experts will help you resolve the often complicated legal matters that can arise in family relationships.

Whether you are in a marriage, de facto or same-sex relationship, with or without children, Dimocks can help you navigate and resolve your legal issues. In fact, we can advise on all areas of family law.  

There is usually much more to consider than you first expect in order to make sensible, informed decisions and to deal with the legal process.

When you come to us, we will help you understand your rights, entitlements and obligations and answer the important questions for you:

  • What options do you have?
  • What are you entitled to?
  • Will you need to go to court, and if so, which one?
  • What are the alternatives to court?
  • Should you seek to negotiate, and if so, how?
  • How do you make an agreement legally binding and enforceable?
  • Will you need to give full disclosure of your financial position?
  • What happens if you go to court and things are still not resolved?

Property Settlements

Arrangements between parties to divide assets, liabilities & financial resources.


Specialist lawyers assisting people through marriage breakdown and divorce.


The bringing to an end of a marriage or de facto relationship.

International Family Law

When you are dealing with family law issues across borders.

Blended Families

Known as step families when different parents and children live together under the same roof.

Prenuptial Agreements

Contract or agreement prior to marriage or a civil union.

Binding Financial Agreements

BFA's outlining assets or instructions in a separation.

Same-Sex Marriage

Updates and legal requirements for Same-Sex relationships.

Spousal Maintenance

Payments by one spouse to their former spouse, to help support themselves.

Sperm Donor Agreements

Specialist lawyers assisting people through marriage breakdown and divorce.

Hague Convention

International parental child abduction & process for returning home.

Grandparent Rights

Grandparents usually have a vested interest in a child's well-being.

Contact us for answers to your family law issues.

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