You can apply for a divorce in Australia after you have been separated for at least 12 months. An application for divorce can be made by one party or both parties jointly.

In certain circumstances, a divorce can be granted where a couple has separated and still live together, provided they satisfy the court that they are not living as husband and wife.

If there are children aged under 18 years old, the Court can only grant a divorce if it is satisfied that proper arrangements have been made for the welfare of those children. These arrangements may include spousal maintenance, and in these cases where spousal maintenance does exist, our divorce lawyers can assist.

Obtaining a divorce affects the time limit set by the Family Court within which an application for property settlement must be commenced and also has the effect of invalidating the will of a party to a divorce.

At Klimek & Wijay, our team of divorce lawyers in Perth is able to assist you in making an application for divorce. Our divorce lawyers can also ensure that your application proceeds without any setbacks.

Our Perth divorce lawyers are respectful and understand that going through a divorce may be a difficult time for you and your family. At Klimek & Wijay Family Lawyers, we understand the importance of family and endeavour to reach an agreement where all parties involved can be truly satisfied with the outcome.

Divorce Property Settlement

The property settlement process involves transferring the property from one owner to the other. If your divorce involves either residential or commercial property, a property settlement may need to be reached in order for both parties to be satisfied.

With over 50 years of combined legal experience, our divorce lawyers in Perth can confidently advise our client’s in which path is most suitable and our team will ensure that a fair settlement is made in a quick and timely manner.