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Hello,

Are you considering separation?

On the brink of divorce?

If you’re like most people who are separating, you want a fair financial settlement, you want to know about legal rights, about child support, where your children will live, and that they are OK. And most likely you want to stay out of court.

MELCA is a practice built on care and competence. We provide a complete personalised approach to separation...without court.

We will help you to discuss your finances, living arrangements for your children, living expenses and we will get you to legal sign off on your agreements. stress That is what we specialise in doing. Amicably.

A MELCA collaborative divorce is a win for everyone in the family. If you go to court or negotiate with lawyers ‘in the shadow of the court’, you are both aiming to win everything you can, and the other side of that coin is losing. In court your chances of winning are fifty percent. We think your family can do much better than that. We know your children can do much better than that. The MELCA Method keeps them in the centre and out of the middle.

MELCA covers all aspects of family law and separation, including pre-nuptial agreements, binding financial agreements, child support, child custody and superannuation and property division. Your settlement is written up in documents that have the same legal standing as agreements reached in any other negotiation or court process.

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Free Separation Survival Kit


5 essentials for separation and divorce
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Divorce without court


MELCA can help give you 'Divorce without
court'. A collaborative approach for a
better divorce choice.



Meet the Team


The MELCA team are collaborative
professionals from law, pyschology
and finance

Our Articles

  • Father’s Day: The Father’s Story

    1 Sep 2015

    Not sure how to handle your first Father’s Day since the separation? Here’s Joe from Melbourne’s take on it after he overcame his first Father’s Day as a separated parent last year: “It was my first Father’s Day since the separation. I could feel it getting closer and closer and I just wasn’t sure how […]

  • Father’s Day: War or Peace?

    31 Aug 2015

    This week, most family lawyers will be speaking with one or more of their clients about Father’s Day. There will be disputes about time, place, hand-over, or in some cases about there being any time at all for fathers with their children. Next week, most family lawyers will be speaking with their clients about the […]

  • Divorce cost goes up

    16 Jun 2015

    On 1 July 2015 all filing fees in the Family Court and Federal Circuit Court will increase. Anyone who has now been separated for twelve months, including separation under the same roof, is advised to file their Divorce Application before 30 June 2015. The current fee for filing a Divorce Application is $845. On 1 […]