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Articles about Separation, Divorce, Defacto Relationships, Marriage and Property Settlement


Living together is a milestone in any relationship. While it’s exciting to be thinking of a new life together, it’s normal to wonder how the move will affect your financial future. Legally, de facto couples have effectively the same rights and obligations as married couples. Essentially, any assets or debt brought into a relationship individually, […]

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In some states in Australia, de facto couples can register their relationship with the Department of Births, Deaths and Marriages. Once the application to register the relationship is approved, a relationship certificate is issued, which is similar in form to a marriage certificate. Registration is open to all couples, whether same sex or heterosexual. The […]

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Separation can take place by one or both parties moving out of the main residence. However, if that is not convenient or possible, you can separate “under the one roof”. The reasons why a couple may choose to separate “under the one roof” are many and varied. Usually it is done for financial reasons and […]

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How to make sure your agreement is not tainted. Fraud and undue influence are two factors that may negate a person’s otherwise valid consent to a binding financial agreement. Just like any other contract in Australia, the Court has the power to end a binding financial agreement in certain circumstances.  These circumstances are outlined in […]

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We get calls each week from customers wanting to make prenuptial and other financial agreements. Often they have shopped around and can’t understand why they are being quoted costs sometimes as high as $10,000 or $20,000. Your quote may have been significantly less than this, but there is a reason for the disparity. There is […]

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