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Whether you are thinking about leaving, in the midst of sorting out how to split everything up and who is going to look after the kids, or just wondering how two separate lives might look – here are some ebooks and info sheets covering questions people in your situation have faced before.

And if you can’t find what you’re looking for, drop us a line or make an appointment to come in for a chat.

Finetune your coparenting

Finetune your coparenting

Not only do you have to figure out how to parent your kids, but now you have to do it with someone you aren't in a relationship with and don't live with. There's a course to help with that! We go through some of our favourites.


We need to talk

No matter how you slice it, this is a rough one. You've probably been putting it off for a while but it's finally time to rip the band aid off. Whether the conversation you need to have is about the end of your relationship, how you are going to sort out the money and the house, or how much time each of you spends with the kids, until it's done everything is on hold.


Why is a lawyer emailing me?

You and your ex have split up and want to resolve things yourselves. You have agreed how you want to divide up the money and the property and – if you have them – how you are going to spend time with your kids. Well done thats the hard part over!


Mediation skills

No one gets excited about going into mediation with their ex. But don't underestimate the importance of this process. Ultimately it may help you avoid expensive and emotionally draining litigation.
Mediation allows you to stay in control of the decisions that impact your life and your family.


Where to now?

What you do now may have a big impact on how well things go from here. This free eBook will help you navigate the early stages of your relationship breakdown.


Who pays for the kids?

There are three main ways couples resolve their child support: No formal plan, a child support assessment or a child support agreement. This e-book outlines the advantages and disadvantages of all three and how you go about making them happen.


De Facto relationships in WA

So you weren't married, what does that mean? Do you lose the house? Who gets the kids? What about the super? This free eBook outlines how Family Law in WA applies to couples who weren't married.


DIY Consent Orders

You and your ex are getting on reasonably well, you have come to an agreement on how you want to split everything up, so can you do your own Consent Orders? Of course you can - how hard could it be . . . Our eBook offers practical advice and tips and traps when considering a DIY family law option.