Family Lawyers Perth & Sydney

Whether you’re in the early stages of separation or you’ve hit a roadblock with your parenting and/or property settlement negotiations with your former partner, our team can make all the difference in helping you get to a better place.

Our approach is highly supportive whilst being 100% transparent and pragmatic about your path forward. We leave no stone unturned to ensure your family law experience, from separation to divorce to starting a new chapter in your life, is as positive and amicable as possible.

We work with you and your family to deliver achievable and often life-changing results. We also have the added benefit of providing the in-house services of an Independent Children’s Lawyer.


Family Lawyers Perth

Our WA office is located in Fremantle, where our team provides services across all aspects of family law. If you’re taking the first step in family law, our team will be privileged to help guide and support you through the process.

We have clients from across WA and even across the country.

Clients are welcome to attend our office in person but it’s also worth knowing that most of our services are also available remotely. Many clients find the flexibility of phone or tele-conference meetings easier to arrange and attend.

However you wish to engage with a family lawyer, we provide a client-centric approach.

Call our WA office: 08 6245 0855

Family Lawyers Sydney

Our NSW office is located on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. We provide all family law services from questions when you’re just considering separation through to property settlement, financial agreements or parenting disputes and everything in between.

We have clients from across NSW and also from other states and territories.

Clients may choose to attend our Newport office in person or take advantage of the flexibility of phone or tele-conference meetings.

Taking that first step of contacting a lawyer is full of emotion. Let our team help you relieve the stress and move forward positively.

Call our NSW office: 02 8320 0085

Experienced divorce, property settlement, parenting disputes & financial agreement lawyers.

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 experienced by our clients, their families and friends and of course, the children, after the breakdown of a relationship.

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