Divorce Logistics is a specialised online family law service. We strive to bring quality family law advice taking advantage of technological advances.
It is fair to say nearly everyone has access to the internet, email, social media accounts and mobile telephones. Our aim is to make use of some of these.
Let’s face it, not many people relish the thought of making an appointment to see their family law solicitor in some posh legal office in the city or suburbs. There’s the hassle of actually getting to the office, either by car or public transport, parking, walking etc and so an hour face to face consultation is about two or more hours out of the day gone.
If you use an online family law solicitor the first advantage is you don’t have to go anywhere. You don’t even have to dress up to speak to us, or communicate by email. Appointments can be scheduled at your convenience, including after hours and on weekends.
Another reason people find going to a law office daunting is costs. Big flash offices cost a lot of money to maintain. Hourly rates of family law solicitors these days range from at least $350 an hour and up (some charging as much as $660 an hour inclusive of GST). Seeing a solicitor for two hours to find out basic information about your family law problem can cost anywhere from $350 to near $1,000 (particularly if you spend over an hour withe the solicitor).
Going online has the advantage of lower hourly legal fees and we offer fixed fee services, depending on your particular case.
Our initial consultation is charged at $250 flat fee (even if you spend two hours talking to us).
When you have finished we will send you an email with a summary of what was discussed and options offered to you.
By going online you also don’t have to commit to hire our services for the entirety of your case. You may only want to schedule a phone call from time to time to discuss the way your case is going. Or you may only want to hire us to help draft court documents for you.
We are here to help you with your family law problem, be it property settlement, children disputes (custody arrangements) or your de-facto matter or your divorce. No family law problem is too small, nor dispute too large.
Still not convinced? Check out or website and drop us a line. What have you got to loose?
On the subject of separation, remember there is no need to resort to the act of charientism. Keep it civil between the two of you and life will be a lot more pleasant.