Cherie Bailey founded Hills Family Law Centre to provide honest, resolution based and cost effective Family Law advice to the greater Hills District region of NSW. Based in Dural, Hills Family Law Centre guides their clients through the complexities of post-separation parenting and property settlement matters, in order to resolve their family law matters in the most efficient, expeditious and cost effective manner possible.
Practising exclusively in Family and De Facto Law, Hills Family Law Centre understands the complexities involved in these areas of law and will provide you with informative and focussed advice in relation to your rights and obligations to assist you in making the most appropriate decisions for you and your family.
The professional team at Hills Family Law Centre understand and appreciate the nature and complexities of all different types of families and relationships. Each person’s situation and story is unique, and as such, requires a focussed and tailored approach – unique to you.
The breakdown of a family can be one of the most stressful and emotional times in a person’s life, and we work in an empathetic, collaborative and professional manner to secure the best outcome for our clients. Our priority is to provide our clients with informative and realistic legal advice so that their parenting and/or property settlement issues may be resolved quickly and at minimal cost.
As each and every person’s circumstances are different, Hills Family Law Centre takes the time to understand yours, with a confidential, obligation-free initial consult. During this consult you will be advised on your legal position, the next steps required to be taken and also provide you with an understanding of the legal process and costs involved.
Initial consults are held at Hills Family Law Centre’s offices at 33/286 New Line Rd, Dural (Behind Dural McDonalds) and are a flat fee of $275 inc GST.
To learn more, or to schedule an initial consult, please call Hills Family Law Centre on 8076 9401 or via email at [email protected]