CG Family Law
Whether you are married or in a de facto relationship, splitting the matrimonial or joint assets can be a complex and difficult process. Our team of experts has a great deal of experience in these areas and can make sure that your best interests are represented when the courts are determining property settlement matters. The factual circumstances of your individual case will greatly affect the outcome of property settlement disputes.
Some of the important information that is relevant is the length of the relationship, the contributions made by each of the parties, the amount of time that each of the parties are to spend with any relevant children and the future financial needs of the parties. Section 75(2) of the Family Law Act 1975 sets out the circumstances which the court must take into account when determining property settlement disputes.