Formalising agreement reached regarding property settlement and parenting arrangements

Separation does not always mean animosity and disagreement. Partners who are ending a marriage or de facto relationship can often come to an agreement about property settlement and sharing time with any children of the relationship. If agreement can be reached amicably and quickly this is the … Read more about Formalising agreement reached regarding property settlement and parenting arrangements

How does the Family Court determine property settlement matters?

Following the breakdown of a de facto relationship or marriage, it may be necessary to determine how assets, liabilities and even superannuation entitlements are divided between the parties; in other words, how property settlement will be calculated. In some circumstance’s property settlement … Read more about How does the Family Court determine property settlement matters?

You don’t need to wait 12 months for a family law property settlement

We often receive enquires from family law clients who assume they have to wait at least 12 months following separation, to commence their financial and property settlement. This is not the case. The “12 months” confusion relates to divorce, not property settlement The 12-month time frame is … Read more about You don’t need to wait 12 months for a family law property settlement

Top 10 things to consider after separating from your partner

After separation from your marriage or de-facto relationship, there are a number of priorities you need to consider to protect your interests as you move through the family law process. In today’s blog, we look at what we consider to be the top 10. Whilst your mental wellbeing is a priority, it … Read more about Top 10 things to consider after separating from your partner