There is still hope and a clear path forward to building a better future for yourself despite COVID-19 restrictions in place.
In fact, now may be the perfect time to focus on tying up all your loose ends, as most people are faced with many hours in the day to fill.
During this unprecedented time in Australia with border closures and travel bans in place, Chomley Family Law is equipped with the latest technology to assist you.
Often during a period of uncertainty, we are faced with powerful emotions that lead to a sense of pent up energy, helplessness, sadness and anger.
The Law of Conservation Energy states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, but it can be transformed.
Chomley Family Law can help transform the range of emotions and difficulties you are currently facing either in your parenting or property matter and turn this into a successful outcome.
The first step to resolve any property or children’s dispute during COVID-19 is booking in for an initial consult. Chomley Family Law offer a free 15-minute telephone consult to map out the steps to be taken to progress your matter.
Our solicitors are able to facilitate online consultations using phone, Skype, Facetime or Zoom right from the comfort of your couch.
In Queensland we are fortunate to work with highly skilled mediators who have adopted the guidelines of the Australian Government and have modified their approach for mediation. We work closely together with these mediators to ensure that it is possible and safe to have a mediation to reach an agreement via conference calls. An E-mediation as it now being called is convenient and cost-effective. As you are not required to leave the comfort of your home you are able to save your time commuting and saving yourself the cost of renting out a space to mediate. Another benefit of E-mediation is having the opportunity to have the mediation take place in a familiar setting which allows you to be comfortable and at ease. If your home environment does afford yourself privacy to participate in an E-mediation give us a call and we will assist you with an alternative arrangement.
Once an agreement is reached our solicitors will do all the hard work in drafting the required documents for you for your reviewing during a follow up appointment.
If your matter concerns domestic violence or has already taken a path where the Court is involved, we can still assist you. Our solicitors are all admitted and still appear in the Court on a weekly basis.
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