Family Lawyers | Sydney Northern Beaches | Fremantle – Perth

Once we start working with you, we are committed to you and your needs. Your wishes together with our legal expertise and experience will deliver the most pragmatic, cost-effective and achievable results.

At Meillon & Bright, we recognize that each and every family is different. We cater our advice focused on a FUTURE that is best for your family. We know that this time is difficult for you and your family and we focus on providing you guidance with compassion and practical solutions to help you navigate your family law dispute as cost-effectively as possible.

Meillon & Bright Legal is a boutique law firm committed to providing our clients with the best possible outcomes in their family law matters. At Meillon & Bright, we appreciate the emotion and stress associated with the breakdown of a relationship with our clients, their families and friends and of course, the children.

The team at Meillon & Bright is committed to giving back to our community.

We are acutely aware that we are fortunate to be able to assist those in times of need. We also know that members of the WA Community need as much support as we can give them.

Along with other initiatives, Meillon & Bright support our chosen charities through donating $50 from each first appointment to the client’s choice of charity.

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Recent Posts

What happens when parents cannot agree on child vaccination?

The topic of vaccinating children is a contentious issue. Whilst over 90% of the population in Australia over the age of 12 years are fully vaccinated, there appears to be some hesitancy in injecting those younger. The Family Court has been called in to make decisions regarding vaccinating children … Read more about What happens when parents cannot agree on child vaccination?

What happens if I die before my property settlement is finalised?

Many separated partners try to resolve their property settlement as soon as possible. However, there are many reasons property settlements are not finalised as quickly as parties desire. There can be long delays, particularly if you are involved in litigation in the family court. In this blog, we … Read more about What happens if I die before my property settlement is finalised?

New appeals process in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia

With the commencement of the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (FCFCOA) on 1 September 2021, comes a new appeals’ process for matters within the family law court system. Initiating an Appeal in the FCFCOA An appeal, or an application for leave to appeal (that is, seeking permission of … Read more about New appeals process in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia

New National Contravention List to Enforce Family Court Orders

On 18 August 2021, the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court announced the launch of a new National Contravention List (“NCL”) designed to handle ongoing problems associated with compliance with Family Court Orders. The NCL took effect on 1 September 2021, coinciding with the … Read more about New National Contravention List to Enforce Family Court Orders

The new Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia… what impact will it have on your matter?

From 1 September 2021, the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia merged to become the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (FCFCOA). In this blog, we look at how this may impact you and your family law matter. The FCFCOA has stated that they wish the Court … Read more about The new Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia… what impact will it have on your matter?

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