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We understand the process of separation is a difficult time for all involved, and it can be overwhelming to begin taking the first steps towards a settlement for you and your partner.

At DSS Law, we take a collaborative approach with you to provide tailored advice based on your circumstances, and the outcome you would like to achieve. Every relationship is different, and we take into consideration the personal nature of your situation to identify an appropriate course of action for you.

We take the time to understand your situation, and allow you the opportunity to share your concerns - we then approach each matter with a sense of commercial acumen to ensure the best outcome is negotiated for you. Our role is to assist you in navigating the family law process with minimal stress, time and expense, to ensure you can move forward with your life. We guide you through the legal process from the beginning to the end of the matter - our goal is to advise you as to both the real world outcome and the commercial outcome for you, to ensure you are able to make an informed decision that is in your best interests.

From business partnerships to complex structures of companies and trusts, we can assist you with your property and financial settlement in addition to any corporate re-structures or commercial agreements required to end your relationship in finality. We provide a clear outline of our professional fees at the commencement of your case, and strive for a cost-effective process by encouraging early negotiations between the parties in the interest of achieving a settlement outside of court.

If you are thinking about separating from your partner, or have ended your relationship and would like to know your options moving forward, please do not hesitate to contact Renee Pappagallo on (07) 3210 2373 for an initial consultation. It is important to note that there are time limitations imposed on separated parties, and therefore, it is imperative that you seek legal advice as soon as possible following the decision to separate.

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