Property Disputes

Binding Financial Agreements

A binding financial agreement (BFA) sets terms for the way property and assets will be divided if a marriage or de-facto relationship breaks down. The Family Law Act makes provision for binding financial agreements (BFA) between parties to a marriage or de-facto relationship. These agreements set terms for the way property and assets will be divided if a marriage or de-facto relationship breaks down.

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Property Division

A property settlement is the formal division of assets and property following a separation, this can be finalised without applying for a divorce. The Family Law Act sets out terms for property settlements. It is a complex process and is unique to each situation.

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Spousal Maintenance

Spousal maintenance is when one person is required to provide ongoing financial support to their former partner in circumstances when they are unable to adequately support themselves or continue a reasonable standard of living.

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Family Dispute Resolution

Family Dispute Resolution involves the help and support of a registered practitioner to mediate and reach agreements about the division of assets and care of children after a separation. This practitioner is called a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (FDRP) and we are pleased to be able to offer this service.

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