Information about arranging property and finances following separation for married and de facto couples, as well as answers to some frequently asked questions.
Dividing property - married couples
Following a separation or divorce, you will likely need to make arrangements about your property and finances. More...
Dividing property - de facto couples
Even if you were not married, you may still need to work out a property settlement with your former partner. The Family Court is also able to make decisions about property settlement for de facto couples in certain circumstances. More...
Frequently Asked Questions - financial matters
Answers to some commonly asked questions that arise when working out a property settlement. More...
Last reviewed: 30/10/2012
Last modified: 31/03/2015 10:42 AM
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