What is the Federal Circuit Court?
You might attend the Federal Circuit Court (which used to be known as the Federal Magistrate’s Court) in some situations, relating to family law matters.
This is where you can apply for hearings relating to child custody and property settlement. For example, you and your former spouse might disagree about how you will distribute shared property. Or, you might not have reached an agreement about parenting arrangements.
Before you can apply for a matter to be heard, you usually need to have attempted mediation, such as Family Dispute Resolution.
We often represent clients who are having a matter heard at the Federal Circuit Court. If you have a property settlement or child custody matter, we can assist you. To learn more about your options, contact us to arrange a free initial phone consultation.