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With this app I thee divorce

Thursday, 06 February 2014 16:14

A new year brings new beginnings and for some that means divorce.

Among the legal fraternity January is known as divorce month. Following the holiday festivities practitioners have often noted an influx of clients seeking divorce.

This increase can be attributed to the festive season being a stressful time and if your relationship is already fragile the increased time spent together with additional pressures can become the straw that breaks the camel's back. For others the holidays allows time for reflection and New Year resolutions and they simply decide they are not happy and cannot contend with another year in their relationship.

If this resonates with you and you find yourself unhappy in your relationship or marriage fear not, there's an app to help with the overwhelming, stressful and daunting task of dealing with a divorce or break up.

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Family Law Network Australia (FLNA) and myFamilyLaw have teamed up to develop the "myFamilyLaw app" for those experiencing a break up or family law issues.


Founder of Family Law Network Australia Julie Dye knows all too well the reality and destruction caused by the breakdown of a relationship. Having survived the unpredictable force and behaviours typical to domestic violence, Julie has found the courage and determination to help others and streamline the often traumatic experience associated with family law matters.


Julie's personal understanding of family law issues provides her with a unique perspective to contribute to the creation of what the myFamilyLaw app provides.


The app is packed full of useful information about divorce and property settlement, child support and parenting arrangements. You can support your friends and family by sharing the inspiring image quotes found on the motivationals app page. You can even save and email notes within the app which is very handy to keep records related to your family law issue.

The standout helpful feature is the ability to Ask a Lawyer a question to provide you with direction. The myFamilyLaw app is available to download for free from the App Store for iPhone and Google play for android devices.


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Family Law Network Australia

1300 664 968

www.familylawmattersaustralia.com.au

Julie Dye This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Consumers of family law services frequently require a team of professionals from a range of professions to assist them with complex issues resulting from relationship breakdowns. Our aim is to take a holistic approach to family law matters by building a network of collaborative professionals to assist clients through the minefield that often accompanies family law matters, as well as simplifying an often overwhelming and emotional journey.