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Marriage is a big commitment, both personally and financially. It involves binding your life together with another person in ways that are very difficult to sort out if the marriage begins to

break down. Whether you're actively considering getting out of your marriage, or you just don't feel certain that you're going to remain in it for the rest of your life, it can be worthwhile to

talk to a family lawyer in Perth so that you can be sure that you have a clear and accurate understanding of your rights.

Protecting Yourself Financially

If you feel at all uncertain about the future of your marriage, it's worth consulting someone about family law

attorney tacoma wa before you make major financial decisions. For example, you might want to find out about the implications of buying a house together, in case your marriage later breaks down.

It can also be important to look into issues like how a major inheritance should best be handled if the money is being left only to you, and you want to try to keep it separated as much as

possible for the future benefit of yourself and your children.

These aren't just considerations that are important if you're actively considering getting out of your marriage. The simple reality is that about half of marriages will eventually break down.

If you take family law in Perth into account as you make major financial decisions, you'll be in a much better position if your relationship ever becomes one of those that fails.

Protecting Your Children

Should you have children, and you find yourself thinking of leaving the marriage, it's very important to make sure that you are clear on what the law says and how things work. In a

custody case, a court isn't generally interested in why the marriage broke down or which parent deserves to have more time with the kids. Instead, the focus is on the children themselves

and what kind of arrangements would serve them best. This includes the fact that children have a right to maintain contact and a relationship with both parents, even if those parents would

prefer not to have to maintain a relationship with one another.

Beacon Family Law often advises clients on the various factors that courts take into consideration when they're putting together parenting orders. Sometimes, once the parents understand

what a court is likely to decide, they are able to come to an amicable agreement among themselves about what kind of arrangement is best. In other cases, advance knowledge about how

the court system works can simply allow you to prepare yourself and to gather the information that you need to make it more likely that you'll find the outcome favorable.

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