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The Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) allows for the division of certain superannuation interests between parties to a marriage or de facto relationship. Before making the financial decision to divide your superannuation assets with your partner, it is important that you are aware of the process of how to split superannuation, and what is involved […]

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Property Settlement refers to the process of determining how assets and liabilities of a matrimonial or de facto relationship will be divided between parties upon separation. In the event of relationship breakdown, it is an important step towards severing the financial ties between you and your former partner. As part of this process, the law […]

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There is no denying that separating from a long-term partner is among the toughest life experiences a person can go through. As well as dealing with the emotional fallout, you will likely encounter other practical issues such as organising finances, where you’re going to live and how to take care of your children. But ever […]

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Going through a separation or divorce and navigating change is a stressful and often overwhelming process. As an affected party, you will likely deal with a variety of difficult challenges. Common matters that arise during the settlement process include working out how to divide property or deciding who gets custody of the kids. But one […]

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Separated under the one roof – why more couples are still living together For anyone considering separation, the thought of living with your ex-spouse under the one roof might seem horrifying and ridiculous! Most people would agree that the idea of having to sharing a home with a person who you have either lost all […]

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It is often the case that a party who is thinking of making a Financial Agreement is reluctant to divulge their financial information to the other party. It could be the case of a young de facto partner with substantial assets. Or maybe it’s a couple who have been separated for many years and have […]

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