Consent Orders Made Simple with Nardi Lawyers

At Nardi Lawyers, we specialise in the preparation and execution of consent orders. These legally binding agreements are instrumental in resolving financial and parenting issues following a separation or divorce. Drafted correctly, consent orders can bring about definitive resolves and alleviate ongoing disputes.

Consent orders are a cost-effective and time efficient method to formalise an agreement without needing to attend court. Our expert team guides you every step of the way, from initial consultations and discussions to the finalised consent order that is endorsed by the court.

We understand that every case is unique, and we strive to provide tailor-made solutions based on your individual circumstances. So, whether you need a property settlement consent order or a parenting plan consent order, trust the team at Nardi Lawyers.

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The Nardi Lawyers Approach

We believe in demystifying the legal process. While consent orders can seem complex, our team ensures that you have a clear understanding of what they entail. We start by conducting a thorough assessment of your situation and provide a transparent discussion about the potential outcomes.

Drafting the consent order is the next step. Our seasoned lawyers have extensive experience in crafting consent orders that protect your rights and interests. We also ensure that the consent order is fair and reasonable, thereby increasing the chance of it being approved by the court.

Finally, we assist with the lodging and follow-up of the consent order with the court. Our end-to-end services ensure you can focus on rebuilding your life, while we handle the legal complexities.

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Why Choose Nardi Lawyers for Your Consent Order

  • Expert Guidance

    We guide you through the entire process, from understanding your rights to drafting the consent order and lodging it with the court.

  • Transparency

    Our team is upfront about costs and keeps you informed throughout the process.

  • Proactive Approaches

    We foresee potential issues and adopt a proactive approach to handle them.

  • Responsive Support

    Understanding the urgency of your case, we provide quick responses to all your queries.

  • Tailored Solutions

    We customise our approach to suit your unique circumstances, ensuring the consent order reflects your specific needs and objectives.

  • Efficient Handling

    We streamline the process, ensuring swift resolution and minimal hassle for you.

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Experts in Family Law

At Nardi Lawyers, our team provides comprehensive representation and services in the areas of relationship law and family law. If you need strategic advice and services regarding divorce, children’s matters, the division of assets, or any other related matters, turn to our family lawyers in Melbourne.

What is the process when hiring a family lawyer?

When you hire a family lawyer at Nardi Lawyers, here's what happens, what you can expect, and the next steps.

  • Initial

    We offer a free 15-minute phone consultation where you can receive information obligation free.

  • Further in-depth

    Following formal engagement, we will arrange an in-depth consultation together where we will provide tailored advice for your case.

  • Write to the
    Other Party

    Following review, we will write to the other party to initiate positive discussions and/or respond if you have already received a letter.

  • We Walk
    Beside You

    Whether your family law matter resolves outside of court (hopefully) or enters the legal system, Nardi Lawyers will guide you through each step.

Frequently Asked Questions
What is the cost of obtaining a consent order?

Our cost varies based on the complexity of your case. We will provide a detailed cost estimate after understanding your situation.

Can the court reject a consent order?

Yes, if the court believes the order is not just and equitable, it can reject the consent order.

How long does a consent order last?

A consent order continues until a child turns 18 or if a court orders otherwise.

Can a consent order be changed?

Yes, but you need to apply to the court outlining the reasons for the change.

Do I need a lawyer for a consent order?

While it’s not compulsory, legal advice can ensure that your rights are protected and the consent order process is completed accurately.

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