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Over the last few weeks we’ve been eploring a common separation and property settlement myth – the 50/50 split. Many people believe that the property pool must be divided in a 50/50 split regardless of any personal circumstances. This just isn’t true, and while there are no hard and fast rules the Family Law Act […]

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A couple of weeks ago we started to debunk a common separation myth – the 50/50 property split. Many people believe that the property pool must be divided in a 50/50 split regardless of any personal circumstances. This just isn’t true, and while there are no hard and fast rules the Family Law Act does […]

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In our last post we started to debunk a common separation myth – the 50/50 property split. Many people believe that the property pool must be divided in a 50/50 split regardless of any personal circumstances. This just isn’t true, and while there are no hard and fast rules, the Family Law Act does set […]

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There are a lot of myths surrounding de facto separation and divorce in Australia. One is that assets are split 50/50 between the parties. The fact is, there is no set percentage split ratio that separating couples should use when dividing the assets and liabilities after a relationship breakdown.  Each situation is unique and based […]

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In the past, some of our customers have experienced a frustrating technicality when making a binding financial agreement if they were living together in a de facto relationship, but planning on getting married at some point in the future. You can make a Financial Agreements under the de facto provisions of the Act or the […]

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Once you have completed your financial agreement, the next step is to obtain the Certificate of Legal Advice. Each party has to speak with an independent lawyer before signing their Financial agreement as a requirement under the Family Law Act. Your lawyer will explain your rights under the law, and how signing the agreement will […]

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