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At Phoenix Law, we understand that legal matters can be complex and overwhelming. That's why we're here to provide you with the best advice and support possible. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

  • How can I schedule a consultation?
    To schedule a consultation, you can either call our office, fill out the contact form on our website, or email us. We will get back to you promptly to set up an appointment.
  • What should I bring to my initial consultation?
    Its helpful to bring any relevant documents or information related to your matter, such as contracts, correspondences, or any legal notices you've received. This will help us better understand your situation and provide more accurate advice.
  • What are your fees and billing structures?
    Our fees vary depending on the type and complexity of your legal matter. During the initial consultation, we will discuss our fee structure and billing options with you. Following the consultation, you will receive an itemised costs disclosure for your consideration prior to any work commencing.
  • Do you offer a free initial consultation?
    Yes, we offer a free initial consultation to discuss your matter and determine how we can assist you. This meeting allows you to get to know us and to ask any questions you may have, obligation-free. You will receive a letter of advice and a costs disclosure following your consultation, from which you may choose to pursue your matter through Phoenix Law.
  • Where do you offer conveyancing services?
    We are proud to offer conveyancing services in New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland and Victoria.
  • What is the legal process for divorce in NSW?
    The legal process for divorce involves meeting eligibility criteria, preparing and filing a divorce application with the Federal Circuit Court, serving the application on your spouse, observing a 28-day waiting period, and attending a divorce hearing where the court grants the divorce if both parties consent or may schedule additional hearings if disputes arise.
  • What is the process for property settlement following separation?
    Property settlement following a separation typically involves identifying, valuing, and dividing assets and liabilities acquired during the marriage or partnership. The parties can negotiate an agreement privately or seek mediation, and if an agreement cannot be reached, the Family Court of Australia can make a property settlement order based on fairness and individual circumstances.


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