Monthly Archives: December 2018

Checklist for the Existence of a De Facto Relationship: from Asset Division Professionals Split Easy

Checklist for the Existence of a De Facto Relationship

Before completing the checklist we recommend that you meet the basic threshold criteria the Family Act 1975 requires for the existence of a de facto relationship. If you do not meet those requirements the courts cannot find you to be in a de facto relationship. Read Australian Court Requirements to say you are in a…

Asset Split in Divorce and Children Agreement

Asset Split in Divorce and Children Agreement

Asset Split in Divorce and Children Separation affects people in different ways. It is important that once separation has been agreed upon that you make immediate decisions about children and your assets. While not all decisions can be made straight away or agreed upon, it is a good idea to begin the process and get…

Taking Care of Children During Separation and Divorce

Making Arrangements For Property and Children

If you and your former partner are separating and have children, you’ll have to agree on arrangements for their care. Child support at the Department of Human Services can help explain your child support options and also has a range of self-help tools for parents after they separate. Unless an exemption applies, the law requires…