The separation process in Australia comprises of three parts, being Divorce, Parenting arrangements, and Financial matters. Over the last two months we’ve written about divorce and parenting matters. We now finish up this mini-series by discussing about property division. When it comes to property, family law considers that everything owned by the parties, whether in … Continue reading “Divorce, Family, and Property – Property Division”
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It’s never pleasant whenever a relationship breaks down; however, having the knowledge of what should happen next may hopefully go a long away towards reaching an agreement with your partner about what should be done about the assets of the relationship or what the best interests of your children are Hopefully this smoothens out the … Continue reading “I just separated from my partner. I don’t know where to start. When should I seek legal advice?”
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It’s quite common for the house that you live in to be in only one person’s name – and sometimes that person is your ex-spouse. The two of you may have done that for asset protection purposes, or other reasons. Just because the house is in your ex-spouse’s name, that doesn’t allow your ex-spouse to … Continue reading “My ex-spouse is trying to force me out of the house – What can I do?”
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