When relationships start and families are ‘born’, property often becomes intertwined and conventional boundaries blurred. When these relationships break down, the division of property needs to occur so that all parties can move forward separately in their respective lives. Property can take on many forms these days. There are many financial structures, investment types and superannuation options available, and it’s increasingly important to choose a Family Lawyer who understands how to identify, value and advise regarding the effective division of assets.

  • Divorce and Separation
  • Property Settlements
  • De-facto | Same Sex Relationships
  • Financial Agreements (before, during and after relationship/marriage)
  • Spousal Maintenance
  • Financial Discovery of Assets & Liabilities
  • Trusts
  • Bankruptcy
  • Urgent Injunctions (including binding third parties)
  • Superannuation Interests
  • Suppression & Non-Publication Orders

I always get to where I am going by walking away from where I have been.

Winnie the Pooh