AuDivorce.com.au is not a law firm and it does not provide legal advice, counsel or representation to viewers of the website, its clients, or any other persons under any circumstances. It is unable to, and it does not advise any person or entity as to their rights, remedies, or obligations under the laws of any State. It also does not advise any person or entity as to how to represent themselves or testify in court. No attorney-client relationship results from the acquisition of forms from our website.
In working on your behalf for your divorce we will prepare your Application and proceed with the same based on the correctness of the information which you as the client have provided us. Whilst we attempt to prepare a Divorce kit for you, in doing so we depend on your instructions and you are ultimately responsible for the accuracy of the same.
In the event that your Application for Divorce is discontinued either due to the inaccuracy of the information provided to us or by your personal election or, we do not provide a refund of our professional costs in these circumstances. It is solely your responsibility to ensure that the Application for Divorce is suitable for your purpose. We do not provide any refund for failure to assure suitability.
AuDivorce.com.au is an online divorce provider website and the information given in the website as well as related material is not by any means a substitution for legal advice. The information provided by us should not be relied upon as legal advice or as a sole means of data about the divorce process as we do not provide legal advice in any capacity. We do not take any responsibility for the advice given to you by your legal counsel. If you have any uncertainty as to whether or not you should avail yourself of this service, take the advice of an attorney licensed in your State with experience in family law matters.
The questions asked by AuDivorce.com.au are to collect information from its clients for the preparation of the forms required for the divorce. By asking such questions, it does not intend to suggest that the answer to any question is either ‘right’ or ‘wrong’. It is the client’s duty to provide the required answers, which they feel are appropriate to their unique circumstances.