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CS Legal Family is with you every step of the way.

Separation can be an emotional and stressful time so the last thing you need is to stress over your legal team’s capability, experience and responsiveness.

CS Legal Family was created from the ground up to provide an environment and experience where our clients feel comfortable, safe and secure while at the same time providing them with the best legal advice.

Our team, from the person who first answers the phone through to our most senior lawyers, are all family law specialists ensuring you’re in the best of hands.

How We Work

All new clients have access to a free 15-minute, no obligation phone appointment with an experienced family lawyer to discuss your situation and, more importantly, help you determine if we are who you feel most comfortable working with.

The next step is typically a fixed, low fee face to face one-hour meeting.

By the end of this no obligation meeting you will know:

  • Your rights and obligations under law
  • Your entitlements regarding your property, children, assets and any other issues that are of concern to you
  • The principles, factors and procedures that the Court will consider and take to ensure your agreement is fair and equitable
  • The options available to you and how to proceed with each one

If you wish to proceed with CS Legal Family you will be assigned a team of 3 who will know everything about your case and who will be with you every step of the way…

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for your obligation free confidential conversation with an experienced CS Legal Family lawyer

9476 4499

Meet Our Team

Doris Matias

Legal Practitioner Director

Janelle Easom

Paralegal

The Journey

We understand that everyone’s journey is different click below to learn more about your particular situation.

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