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The Legal Drafter can draft your family law agreement into a formal document to file with the Family Court without the high costs of a law firm.
ABOUT LEGAL DRAFTING: Correctly drafted legal documents, such as an Affidavit or Consent Orders can be instrumental to the quick and desirable resolution of your matter. Too often, people without experience in legal drafting will include unnecessary or inappropriate information in their legal documents, instead of focusing on facts relevant to their matter. Well written and accurate documents supporting your matter will give the court the best possible view of your position.
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WHY CHOOSE US?
We will provide you with the correct court documents that are well drafted to give you a quick and desirable resolution to your matter.
ABOUT OUR LEGAL DRAFTING SKILLS
Experienced | Efficient | Well Written | Accurate | Factual | Cost Effective
The Legal Drafter is an experienced family lawyer who can draft your legal documents for family law matters. Whether you have reached an agreement and are applying the the Family Court for Consent Orders or proceeding to court, we can assist you with the preparation and filing of your court documents.
Our clients are primarily those who:-
- have reached an agreement about parenting and/or property and financial and want to formalise that agreement into Consent Orders; or
- require assistance to draft their court documents to commence proceedings in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia and can’t afford the high costs of having a legal firm draft their court documents.
We don’t offer legal advice so our fees to you are cost effective.
Legal Drafting – Why You Need Correctly Drafted Court Documents
Correctly drafted court documents can be instrumental to the quick and desirable resolution of your matter. Many of the court forms are self-explanatory, and the court’s websites provide brief instructions on filling out many forms. However, the documents you file are of critical importance. Consent Orders or other court documents you are seeking from the court are the judge’s first exposure to your matter. In the words of a Federal Circuit Court judge, His Honour Judge Jarrett –
The impact of a well drawn affidavit is your first attempt at advocacy and the impact of that can’t be underestimated.
Too often, people without experience in legal drafting will include unnecessary or inappropriate information in their court documents instead of focusing on facts relevant to their matter.
Well written and accurate documents supporting your matter will give the court the best possible view of your position. This will then make any court appearance easier for you and prevent any unnecessary delays during the court process. It will also prevent your Consent Orders being returned to you because they aren’t correctly drafted.
It will save you money and time to have The Legal Drafter draft your court documents for you. When you have well prepared court documents, your matter will run more efficiently.