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How we work with you

How our experienced team can help you

Act4Tomorrow’s philosophy is there is always a way to resolve a problem and remain amicable whilst negotiating. We believe that for most people, if they are provided with unbiased information and the education of the system they will make sensible, realistic decisions to avoid further conflict and reach an outcome as quickly as possible.

We understand how difficult it can be to have effective communication between a couple during a break-up. It’s a very emotional time and that is why we prefer to handle all the back and forth communication regarding the separation, and when required assist both parents to work together to navigate the shared care of their children.

We have like-minded solicitors who work collaboratively with our clients to keep their matter contained. Our objective is to move our clients through the separation and divorce as smoothly, quickly and amicably as possible by managing the emotional journey and the entire process.

We work with you, to be clear, on what you want to do next
We guide you through your decisions step-by-step
We manage every aspect of a separation matter
We offer strategies, ideas and solutions to your problems
We are your support system
We take away the worry and offer support and action plans
We work with married, de facto, same sex-couples

Specialising in:

  • THE BREAK-UP STRATEGY
  • THE SEPARATION PROCESS
  • PRIVATE PARENTING PLAN
  • ON LINE DIVORCE APPLICATION
  • MAKING THE DECISION TO STAY or LEAVE
  • OVERCOMING THE FEAR OF LEAVING
  • CIVIL COMMUNICATIONS WITH EX-PARTNER
  • WORKING WITH ALLIED PROFESSIONALS ON YOUR MATTER
  • WORKING WITH COLLABORATIVE SOLICITORS FOR YOUR BEST INTEREST
  • A BETTER WAY TO SEPARATE

Managing the process, we guide you every step of the way ….

  • Support Person

We discuss what is happening right now and how to best handle your situation.

Support you emotionally to move positively through the process and overcome overwhelm.

Provide an unbiased perspective.

Brainstorm alternative solutions and strategies.

  • Facilitator

Move you and your matter along in a timely manner.

Keep you on task with gathering the necessary paperwork for this process.

Preparation and presentation of relevant information for your independent legal advice meeting.

Organise and work collaboratively with any other professionals required to keep your matter progressing in a timely manner.

Organise meetings and work collaboratively with all other legal professionals involved in your matter.

  • Go-between

Assist with back and forth communications between you and your ex-partner and/or assist you with your responses.

Work with you on your responses to any emails, letters or text messages you receive in relation to your matter.

  • Negotiation

Looking for a win/win resolution.

Discuss alternative outcomes.

Presenting alternative solutions to the other party.

Offer a respectful negotiation platform which remains impartial and respects both parties.

  • Co-operative liaison with the legal fraternity

Whilst we prefer to work with our own handpicked independent legal firms who will not escalate your matter. Who work collaboratively with each other and our clients to achieve out of court settlements in a swift and timely manner. Who offer set fee and reduced rates for our mutual clients. We will liaise and work collaboratively with a lawyer of your choice if you so wish.

  • Divorce

We have an administration support team to assist you when it comes time to apply for your divorce. Yes, you can do this yourself. However, it is not always as easy or straightforward as one would hope when navigating through a Government website.

  • Children Matters

Act4Tomorrow’s thoughts on children matters is ‘children first’. Keeping things simple and flexible will help everyone down the track. We like to have an interim structure in place almost immediately so that everyone can get back into routine. In our experience an interim plan for the first month or two will help to reduce the initial conflict whilst you and your ex-partner work on a more, longer-term solution.