Family Law


Family Law

The breakup of any relationship is a difficult time for all parties and that’s why you need the expertise and support of Coleman Greig’s Family Law practice on your side.

Family Law is a highly specialised area and our Principals and Lawyers have demonstrated skill and experience over many years. Five of our Family Law team members are recognised as Accredited Specialists by the NSW Law Society.

Our lawyers are approachable and easily accessible when you need them, often working together to utilise the diverse experience and skill-set available at Coleman Greig so that you achieve the best possible outcome.

We are ready with the expertise to resolve complex parenting, property and financial issues, and can work with other professionals to ensure you and your family achieve the best possible outcome.

The experience and knowledge you need in Family Law , no matter where you are.


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Plain English Guides

Plain English Guide to Divorce and Separation

Separation is a stressful time for individuals and families. At Coleman Greig our family lawyers can help you through the process by providing the benefits of many years of practical experience in all aspects of family law.

Plain English Guide to Parenting Issues

This Plain English Guide sets out some of the key provisions of the Family Law Act as it relates to children and what the Court will take into consideration when determining what arrangements should be made and who will have responsibility for the children.

Plain English Guide to Property Settlement under the Family Law Act

If you and your partner separate, you need to consider what is to happen in relation to the division of any property that you own. 


Bendel v Commissioner of Taxation

Did the Administrative Appeals Tribunal make the “correct and preferable decision” and where to from here? In a recent case, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (Tribunal)

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