The Legal Drafter is an experienced family lawyer who can draft your legal documents for family law matters.  We specialise in the drafting of Consent Orders Australia wide.

We draft the court documents you want, whether you have reached an agreement or not, saving you money that will be better spent on you and your family’s future.

We only offer legal advice when specifically requested, so our fees to you are cost effective.

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.

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.  For example, if the information in your Consent Orders is not drafted in the correct legal terms, your documents will be sent back to you for amending.

We know what facts and information best supports your matter and will ensure all the important and relevant information you provide to us is included to support your matter.

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.


To have a plan on what is the best strategy for you and your family.


Be certain about what you want to achieve from your legal documents.


Consent Orders drafted in a day.


The first step is to contact us.


Know how much your matter will cost you.


We will help you to save time and money.

Dedicated & professional


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Melita Lloyd – BA | MCrim | JD | GradDipLP

Legal Drafter & Lawyer

Melita has practised almost exclusively in Family Law since she was admitted to practice in 2011. She has also worked in criminal law and as a Legal Aid duty lawyer. Melita is authorised to engage in practice as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland and is also admitted as a barrister and solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand. Melita holds a current practising certificate. She is a member of the Queensland Law Society (QLS); Family Law Practitioners Association (FLPA); and Women On Boards and previously volunteered at the Women's Legal Service.


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