Consent Orders (NSW) – new

Servicing all of NSW and ACT

After practicing in NSW for 19 years, Kate Austin Family Law now works from Brisbane to helps Australians wherever they are. Because family law is the same across the country (except Western Australia), Kate Austin gets Consent Orders finalised for people wanting to move on with life from Sydney to Adelaide, Melbourne to Hobart, and Darwin to Newcastle.

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We’re members of leading law associations in Queensland, New South Wales and Australia.

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Stubbs law firm helped me through a very difficult time with divorce and cancer . Rachael was very kind and was available at any time that I need to chat about property and family law . Brendan was most accommodating and always made time for me . He actually fitted me in , between clients and was a great support . I was a little lost with the break up of the relationship and need help and Stubbs Lawyers were there for me . I think I remember even calling at 8pm one evening for advice and nothing was a problem for them to help me . I would highly recommend this firm.

C Bagley

Couldn’t of had a better experience at Kate Austin Family lawyers, Jess and Brendan were extremely helpful and friendly. I would highly recommend this firm.

Anna G

Ready to Move on With Life?

We help Australians all across the country get their Consent Orders finalised with zero fuss and minimal cost. If you’d like to know more about how to get certainty and closure fast with Consent Orders, book in a time that works for you to have a chat.

If you’d like to know more about how fast and easy we make the Consent Order process, book in a time that works for you to have a chat with us.

Why People Choose Kate Austin for Their Consent Orders

  • It can cost you as little as $1540 for a parenting orders or $ 1980 for property orders, and only $2255 for both (plus the standard $165 court fees)
  • We focus on Consent Orders, which means we know how to make sure yours is 100% rock-solid
  • You have our guarantee that your Consent Order will be drafted within 24 hours
  • We’re accredited specialists in family law and have practiced in both NSW and QLD for 20 years
  • We support you until your orders are made by the Family Court

After practicing family law in NSW for 20 years, we’re now based in Queensland. As family law is a federal jurisdiction, people all around Australia (except Western Australia) come to us to help them move through separation and divorce quickly and inexpensively with a Consent Order.

Your Personal Guide Every Step of the Way

Creating and getting Court approval for a Consent Order can involve a lot of hurdles. This is how we guide our clients when drafting and finalising a Consent Order for them.

  • Initial discussion about your agreement
  • Continual updates on the progress of your agreement
  • Access to our office to answer questions
  • Creation and submission of your application to the Family Court
  • Discussion with Rachel Stubbs (Accredited Specialist in Family Law) about your agreement
  • Custom drafting of your agreement by Rachel Stubbs
  • Suggested notations on your orders
  • Draft consent orders for your approval in 24 hours
  • Changes to your orders made within 24 hours
  • Assistance in the signing process of your application
  • Online submission of your application to the Family Court
  • Answering any requisitions (if required) to the Family Court
  • Posting original orders (by registered post) to you on completion
  • A certified copy of the orders emailed to you
  • A guaranteed fixed fee as per the initial quote

Get an Online Quote With No Surprises

If you’re looking for a firm figure on what a Consent Order will cost you, wherever you are in Australia, you can find it by clicking the button below. You’ll be able to calculate the cost based on your circumstances and get a quote you can trust.

If you have questions or are close to reaching an agreement, we’d be happy to give you advice on how to take those last few steps.

Consent Orders – Your Questions Answered

What are Consent Orders?

When two people separate, they often want to formalise an agreement they’ve reached around how to divide their financial assets or care arrangements for their children.

This is what a Consent Order lets them do. Or, in more legal terms: a Consent Order is made when two parties submit their proposed agreement to the Family Court of Australia or the Federal Circuit Court of Australia, and the agreement is sealed by the Court and made into a legally binding document.

Any agreement that becomes a Consent Order has the same legal effect as if the judge made the Order after a contested hearing. However, the big difference is that you don’t have to go through the expense and stress of the entire court process. In fact, you don’t even need to go to Court at all.

Consent Orders are an ideal way to finalise your financial ties with your ex-partner and allow you to move forward independently and with certainty.

Do I have to attend Court?

If there are no children under the age of 18, you don’t have to attend court for the Divorce hearing.  Also, if you’re making the application jointly with your former spouse, you don’t have to attend court either.

Why would we formalise our agreement?

Formalising your agreement with a Consent Order means neither person can change their mind independently later on. For parenting matters, it gives you certainty that you get to spend the time with your children that the orders say you will. Those orders can be enforced by the Court if someone doesn’t follow them. For property settlements, the orders finalise and sever the financial relationship between parties. That means you can get on with your life, knowing that what you earn and accumulate after the settlement is indisputably yours.

Finalise Your Agreement and Move On With Life

If you’re ready to get on with life and want a comprehensive Consent Order created faster and more affordably than anywhere else, we’re here to help. If you have a few questions, we can answer and explain anything you’d like to know.

Simply fill out your contact details, and we’ll take care of the rest.

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Our Office:

Level 54
111 Eagle Street
Brisbane, Queensland 4000