Monthly Archives: December 2019

Understanding Divorce and Splitting Assets

Understanding Divorce and Splitting Assets

Understanding Divorce and Splitting Assets Understanding Financial Settlements and Property You may have heard the term “possession is nine-tenths of the law” in the past. This saying comes up a lot when it comes to discussion property and divorce. Before you start your divorce and splitting assets you need to understand your situation, it’s important…

Understanding Superannuation and Divorce Settlements

Understanding Superannuation and Divorce Settlements Split Easy Blog

Figuring out how assets are divided in a divorce in Australia isn’t always easy. After all, this isn’t always something that we’ll think about until the time comes to get a divorce. Additionally, financial settlements can be a very complicated thing. In some cases, a superfund transfer might be included. On the other hand, that isn’t…

Managing the Economic Downturn

Managing the Economic Downturn

A lot of economic experts are beginning to predict that the economic bubble is likely to burst in the coming months if it hasn’t already. This could leave you wondering what these changes in the economy mean to your relationship. When money is hard to find, the relationship between you and your spouse can quickly…

Separation and Changing Friendships

Separation and Changing Friendships

A divorce or separation changes a lot of things in a person’s life. It’s not just that you’re not living with the same person anymore, or that your family dynamic has changed. Sometimes, when you get divorced, you begin to learn who your true friends really are too. While some people are very supportive and…

When Should You Speak with a Barrister

When Should You Speak with a Barrister

Sometimes, when you need legal assistance, it’s difficult to know what kind of support you really need. Some people consider skipping the lawyer option entirely and jumping straight into conversations with a Barrister. If you already have plenty of information to give your barrister about your case, then you might find that this is the…

Defining Independent Children’s Lawyers in Family Law

Defining Independent Children's Lawyers in Family Law

In a family law case, clients can deal with a wide variety of different people and experts, including independent professionals. An independent children’s lawyer, or ICL is an unbiased legal representative of the children in a divorce case. It is the responsibility of this person to act on the behalf of the children and according…

Don’t Agree with your Child Support Assessment? Here’s What you Can do

Don't Agree with your CSA Assessment? Here's What you Can do

More often than not, parents that are ordered to pay child support will attempt to reduce the income that they declare to the courts, to reduce the amount that they have to pay. If you’re concerned that your ex-partner is doing this, then there are a few things that you can do to fight back….