Preparing Applications for Court
Applications can be made to the court for a range of matters such as for parenting matters, property matters or child support payment matters.
The application process required varies depending on the matter, and as such, it is important to seek legal representation to help in the preparation and submission of the application. In some cases, the application will require an appearance in court, other matters may be considered without the need to appear in court.
Steel Legal is highly experienced in all types of applications to the Family Court and can assist you at all points of the process. We understand that dealing with the legal system can be confusing and overwhelming, and we aim to help you navigate the process to achieve the best possible outcome.
To find out how Steel Legal can help you, make an appointment for a free initial consultation. To book, call 07 3112 0225 or send us a message.
Frequently Asked Questions
There are three different types of orders.
Final orders bring a matter to a close.
Interim orders are made when a decision is needed urgently. These remain in place until final orders are made.
Consent orders are orders where both parties agree and can be made without going to court.
Applications must be made within 12 months of a divorce, or within two years of a de facto relationship ending.
Yes, you are able to file a response to that order. You will not be disadvantaged because you filed the order after the other party.
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