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Family Law

FAMILY LAW

SIMPLE/JOINT DIVORCE

A divorce application may be started by filing an application for divorce with their spouse as a respondent or a joint application. 

A simple divorce can be the most inexpensive avenue to obtain a divorce Order. You can get a divorce by proving that your marriage is over. You can prove this by showing that you have been separated for a year, or that your husband or wife has had a sexual relationship with another person, or that your husband or wife has been physically or mentally cruel to you. 

Alternatively you and your spouse can agree to file a joint divorce in which you agree to all the issues (which can be through a separation agreement) and advise the Court of your intention to divorce. This can be the quickest method of divorce. 

At Law Booth we can prepare both a simple and a joint application and guide you through the different options you may have. 

SEPARATION AGREEMENT

A separation agreement can help resolve family matters when you separate, but it will not legally end your marriage. The only way to do that is by applying for a divorce in a Court of competent jurisdiction. Only a Court can give an Order of Divorce. 

We can address the access arrangements of the children in a parenting plan. A parenting plan can include when each parent spends time with the children and who makes major decisions about them. 

If you can work things out together, you can write out your arrangements in a parenting plan. A parenting plan can include when each parent spends time with the children and who makes major decisions about them. A parenting plan can be an informal arrangement between the two of you, or it can be part of your separation agreement

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