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With a reputation for excellence, Wiltshire Lawyers is fast gaining a reputation as one of the leading firms specialising in family and relationship law. Our team is characterised by its youth, competitive spirit, technical excellence and supportive leadership skills.

By pursuing a career at Wiltshire Lawyers you are giving yourself the opportunity to experience ‘top end’ work in a boutique, specialist firm. However, this will not at the expense of other priorities in your life such as family and friends.

We believe in organic growth and the development of our talent from within. We have developed and make available a defined career path for your progression and continued achievement at Wiltshire Lawyers. We believe it is important for you to know how to achieve what you want to achieve at the firm.

At Wiltshire Lawyers, we are always on the lookout for talented support and professional staff.

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Family Law Specialists

  • Family Law & De Facto Law
  • Parenting Issues
  • Divorce

Wiltshire Lawyers practises exclusively in the area of Family and De Facto Law. By focusing only on family and de facto law, we are able to provide you with the highest level of service. Read more

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  • Our commitment to stay focused on you

Wiltshire Lawyers take great care in providing the best possible advice and sevice to ensure you obtain the outcome you desire. We take pride in giving you the care and attention you deserve.
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Latest Wiltshire News

How is a parent defined under the Family Law Act? This questions was posed to the Family Court In the recent case of Groths & Banks [2013]

Thursday, 18 July 2013

In recent case of Groth & Banks [2013] FamCA 430, the Family Court was asked to clarify the definition of a parent under the Family Law Act (Cth) after a child was conceived by assisted reproductive technology (“IVF”). Here the Applicant was the person who supplied his genetic material and sought parenting Orders from the Court after the Mother denied his attempts to partake in parenting the child.

Affidavits and Interim Hearings - Part 3

Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Drafting helpful Affidavits

The result in Chapa [2012] FMCAfam 1420 (18 December 2012) (see Part 1 of this Article) may have been very different if the father had provided one coherent and comprehensive affidavit by himself, setting out the facts and supporting evidence for his own case, and facts which provided evidence and support for his denials of the mother’s vast and vague allegations of family violence against him.