For you as a parent, seeing your child going through a family law dispute matter can be difficult and heartbreaking. It can also become challenging for a family, especially for grandparents who seek to maintain a relationship with their grandchildren.

You can support your child by;

  1. Managing your own feelings and your opinions by being mindful of your child’s situation and what they are going through.
  2. As a parent or grandparent of a child before the Family Court, you will be affected by your child’s matter and would most likely not have positive feelings. Be careful not to make negative comments about the family law matter in front of your grandchildren. It will only add to their confusion or hurt.
  3. It is important to provide your child with the correct guidance and support in making an informed decision as to selecting a suitable family law firm in Adelaide. We can assist the process by providing dispute services and, where necessary, a referral to an experienced counselling professional.

If you are being denied time-sharing with your grandchild/grandchildren, we can seek an order of court to remedy that.

As a member of the Family Law Section Society, Wadlow Solicitors have provided a range of Family Law and Disputes services for over 40 years. We are a family-run practice based in the Epworth Building on Pirie Street, Adelaide.

Our experienced Solicitors provide a high level of personalised service to help you and your family during what can often be a stressful and challenging time.

Wadlow Solicitors also provides an in-house psycho-social-legal support worker to assist you during this time of distress with a support-orientated approach to guide your family through the legal proceedings.

“ABS recorded that 49,510 divorces were granted in Australia during 2020”.

Should you wish to inquire about how we can help your family, please contact us for a confidential discussion with one of our Partners.

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