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How Long Will The Court Take To Make The Orders After Reaching A Family Law Agreement?

If you and your ex-partner have reached an agreement with respect to your property  and parenting matters, you can retain a lawyer in Brisbane or […]

Steps For Negotiating A Property Settlement

Tips for Negotiating Your Property Settlement:
Make sure you remain calm and respectful when negotiating your property settlement. It will go a long way to being […]

By |April 1st, 2019|Family Law, Property Division|0 Comments

My Partner And I Have Separated. Should I Try To Negotiate With My Ex-Partner About A Property Settlement?

Negotiating with your ex-partner about your property settlement can be a great way to reach an amicable agreement, and to reduce your need to incur […]

By |March 25th, 2019|Family Law, Property Division|0 Comments

I Want To move In With My Partner. Should I Get A Pre-nup?

If you have more assets than your partner, then the simple answer is yes! Under the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) parties who live as […]

By |March 20th, 2019|Family Law, Pre-Nuptial Agreement, Property Division|Comments Off on I Want To move In With My Partner. Should I Get A Pre-nup?

What If My Ex And I Can Reach Agreement? How Do We Finalise It?

If you are considering leaving your partner we recommend you first try family counselling to see if the relationship can be salvaged.
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By |March 14th, 2019|Family, Family Law, Legal Advice, Property Division|0 Comments

7 Things to Know About ‘Consent Orders’

If you have reached agreement and you are reading this, Congratulations! That is the hardest part of the process and you have done it! You […]

Property Divison

Property Division
The division of property and assets can be unclear and difficult when it comes to divorce settlements and negotiating an agreeable arrangement when doing […]

By |October 5th, 2017|Family Law, Property Division|Comments Off on Property Divison

It Is Just a 50/50% Split Isn’t It?

This was a question that a new family law client asked this week. The answer is… well no, it is not quite that simple. Let […]

By |July 28th, 2015|Family Law, Property Division|Comments Off on It Is Just a 50/50% Split Isn’t It?