Once you have separated from your spouse, you will probably have questions about how your property is to be divided, what does this include, whether superannuation accrued between you and your partner gets split, and whether your property settlement has anything to do with what arrangements you make about your children. Married and de facto couples are treated in an almost identical manner when it comes to property division.
Our team of family law specialists will advise you about your entitlements and how to go about dividing your property. The team are skilled negotiators committed to securing a fair and cost-effective outcome.
The team at Vic Rajah Family Lawyers are skilled at advising clients on a number of related issues including:
- Pre-Nuptial Agreements;
- Family Businesses and Trusts;
- Superannuation Splitting;
- Taxation and family law;
- Financial disclosure and obtaining information; and
- Inherited property, gifts and windfalls.