fbpx

In family law matters, identifying the asset pool is an essential early step in property negotiations.  This involves correctly ascertaining all the assets and liabilities of the parties, which can include loans made to or borrowed from family members. For example, if one spouse’s parents provided newlyweds with a sum

...

Read Blog

What is arbitration and how can it help you with your family law matter? This is an important question that nobody knows to ask. Before that question is answered, it is important to keep in mind that the waiting times for couples to have a trial in the Family Court

...

Read Blog

Separation can be one of the most difficult events in people’s lives. It necessarily involves the untangling of a formerly enmeshed life into two separate lives, both as financial partners and often as parents. If the parties can come to an early resolution, there are very significant financial and emotional

...

Read Blog

The passing of the Family Law Amendment (Western Australia De Facto Superannuation Splitting and Bankruptcy) Act 2020 (Cth) facilitates superannuation splitting for West Australian de facto couples by empowering the Family Court of Western Australia to make orders in relation to superannuation interests. Separated married couples and separated de facto

...

Read Blog

While it may be an exciting development for you, commencing a new relationship can trigger more emotions and suspicions for your ex-partner when you are in the midst of trying to resolve a property settlement. The relevance (if any) of your new partner’s finances will depend on the circumstances of

...

Read Blog

Newsletter

Name(Required)
Email(Required)
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Fact Sheets