After a marital separation, one of the considerations is whether to obtain a divorce. A divorce will end the marriage. This process commences with an application for divorce.
What are reasons for divorce?
Many separated people will choose not to divorce after they separate. It isn’t legally necessary to divorce unless one of the spouses intends to re-marry. There are strategic legal reasons to divorce, including for the purposes of estate planning, property settlement matters, and to send a clear message that the relationship is over – for example where there is ongoing domestic violence involved.
Our team understand that the personal choice to divorce can be a difficult one. We place emphasis on supporting clients to understand the legal ramifications of a divorce, and understand that the decision of whether to divorce is yours, and yours only to make.
What divorce services do we offer?
Our family law team at Corney & Lind Lawyers advise on all matters relating to divorce and family law, including:
- Whether you are eligible to apply for a divorce;
- The process to apply for a divorce;
- Serving your Application for Divorce on your spouse;
- Whether you need to go to Court; and
- Other family law matters you should consider.
It is important to remember that once you are divorced, your property matters must be either finalised, or an application made to the Court seeking Orders to finalise the property matters, within 12 months. Otherwise, you may need to take further steps to be able to arrange your property settlement.
Considering an application for divorce? Contact us
It’s important that you have good legal advice about your options and the potential consequences of those options. We can help with that. Call us today to make an appointment with one of our Brisbane Divorce lawyers to discuss your options. Contact our Business Development Team on (07) 3252 0011 or email us here.