Thinking about divorce on Valentine’s Day?
Now for some people the idea of Valentine’s Day is about the exact opposite of what comes to mind when they think of divorce, but Valentine’s Day has a lot more in common with divorce than many people are aware. American statistics show that divorce application filings actually increase quite...Read More
What’s the difference between a divorce and property settlement?
Have you ever heard someone tell stories about going through a divorce? Confused about how the process actually works? You are not alone. There is a common misconception that a ‘divorce’ is the all-encompassing process of divorcing your spouse and splitting your finances. Many people intermingle divorce and property settlements,...Read More
Pleasant end to 2020: De facto Superannuation splitting a step closer in WA
Western Australian de facto couples have for some time been the only couples in Australia who were unable to divide superannuation following the breakdown of their relationship. This is due to the Western Australian Government not referring their powers to the Commonwealth to legislate over non-married couples when other states...Read More
My ex wants me to move out, do I still have to pay the mortgage?
Often couples separate after buying a home (and getting a mortgage) together. When this occurs difficult questions usually arise up about who is going to stay in the home, whether the home is going to be sold or kept by one of the parties, and who is going to pay...Read More
Behaving badly on social media after separation
For many, social media is now an aspect of our daily lives. In the context of a relationship breakdown, it is important to manage your social media appropriately or there can be adverse consequences. What are some possible consequences of posting inappropriate content? Following separation, it is understandable that people...Read More