The point at which a relationship becomes a de facto relationship can be difficult to identify.
At Klimek & Wijay, our lawyers can offer you advice in relation to the characteristics the Family Court will look at when determining whether a de facto relationship exists.
According to the law, de facto couples have available to them the same remedies as married couples except in relation to superannuation, which cannot be split in Western Australia.
The Family Court treats children of de facto relationships no differently from children of married couples with respect to making orders as to where they live, what time they spend with each parent, child support and other specific arrangements.
If you wish to speak to one of our experienced family lawyers in Perth, contact our team today. We offer free 15 minute consultations over the phone and can advise on the best possible outcome for your situation. Simply fill out our contact form or call us today on 08 9221 5775.