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Collier Family Lawyers Cairns

About Cairns City

Cairns City is a coastal suburb at the centre of Cairns in the Cairns Region, Queensland, Australia. It is also known as the Cairns Central Business District (CBD). In the 2016 census, Cairns City had a population of 2,737 people. == Geography == The suburb is bounded to the north-west by Upward Street, to the north-east by Trinity Bay (16.9118°S 145.7818°E / -16.9118; 145.7818 (Trinity Bay)), to the east by Trinity Inlet (16.9264°S 145.7831°E / -16.9264; 145.7831 (Trinity Inlet)), and the railway lines to the south. The North Coast railway line enters the suburb from the south (Portsmith) and then follows the suburb's south-west boundary to the Cairns railway station (16.9251°S 145.7707°E / -16.9251; 145.7707 (Cairns railway station)) where the line terminates.



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Collier Family Lawyers Cairns


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Save time, money and sanity


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Need a Family Lawyer in Cairns? And looking to keep your issue out of costly court proceedings - so that you'll settle your dispute as quickly and as affordably as possible?

Nardine Collier is a Family law attorney and has been practicing for more than 26 years. She is an accredited specialist on divorce & family and has successfully resolving hundreds of cases (focusing primarily on equitable dividing property, divorcing and children's matters).

We understand that money is tight and that you need the best legal advice. We offer flexible payment options and affordable rates.

Our services:

* Family law attorney
* Family Law Specialist
* Cairns Divorce Lawyer
* Cairns Family Lawyers
*Arrangements for Children
* Separation & Divorce
* DIY Divorce
* Division of assets
* Mediation
* Arbitration
* E-Consulting
* Advice

We look forward to speaking with you today.

Collier Family Lawyers Cairns Frequently Asked Questions.

When should I contact a Family Lawyer The sooner the better! Even before separation, people call us to get advice on how to protect assets in the event of a messy divorce. The sooner you get the help you need, the easier it will be to move forward with your family law matters. We will discuss your situation with you and give you a checklist of things to think about and attend to in order to streamline the process as much as possible

Do I really need a Family lawyer? Can't I just do it myself? You might be tempted to not get legal advice because it is too expensive or not necessary. You are at risk of making mistakes if you don’t get legal advice. This could prove to be costly!

You really do need to know whether you are on the right track with what you think you are entitled to and what might be done if you end up before a judge. Sometimes you need to choose your battles and not waste your time or money fighting over something that you won't get. You will need to understand the process of settling a property dispute and what your rights are. It is important to understand the legal process and how it works.

Every case is different and just because your mate got a certain outcome doesn't mean you will. There is also a lot of information out there and just like a medical issue you really shouldn't self diagnose from Dr Google!! It is worth it, to outlay what is really only a small sum in the scheme of things, to get some good advice to get you started.

How can I save money on legal fees? How can I manage fees? YES! Our time is your money in the legal world. Most lawyers charge according to the time they spend in your file. This means, the more time your lawyer spends on your file, the more it costs you.

Collier Family Law understands that money is tight. We want to give you the best value for your money. We will recommend that you do some of the legwork yourself to reduce your fees.

For example, you can write out your story - you might find it therapeutic! If the matter is property related, you can gather all your financial records and prepare them for us. We also have an automated letter of instruction which you fill in, and it gives us the background we need from you to give you advice. You doing this yourself will save at least an hour of time.

As another great time saver I regularly have my clients fill in documents in draft for me to check over; or make their own enquiries where they can - for example, getting three quotes from a valuer. Your fees will be lower if you do more than I can.

Remember that your Cairns family lawyer must give you a fair estimate of fees at the beginning of your engagement. They will continue to give you additional estimates throughout the life and development of your file. If this isn't covered with you at the first appointment, ask why.

Is a consent order an easy process?
It is very simple. The hard part is usually reaching the agreement in the first place! But once you've done that, filling in an application for consent orders is reasonably straightforward. The 'do-it-yourself' person will find it difficult in two areas. First, there are sections of the form that are more complicated than others and may require legal advice. The second requirement is that consent orders applications must be accompanied with minutes of order. This allows you to outline the orders you wish the court will make. This part is where you will need to have some legal expertise to ensure that the orders are correctly drafted and you don't miss anything.

Our service areas:

* Edmonton
* Bently Park
* Mount Sheridan
* Earlville
* Manunda
* Cairns City
* Edge Hill
* Wharf Street, Cairns QLD 4870
* Spence Street, Cairns QLD 4870
* Lake Street, Cairns QLD 4870
* Bunda Street, Cairns QLD 4870


Phone:

07 4214 5666


Hours:
Timezone: +0845
Monday09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Tuesday09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Wednesday09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Thursday09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Friday09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

Address:

3/1 Pyne St, Cairns City QLD 4870,
Cairns City Queensland 4870
Australia


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