Financial Disputes

Relationships unfortunately break down and when they do, there are many issues that require attention with financial disputes more often than not, forming the crux of any disagreements between the parties. Financial issues relating to child support, maintenance and property may be some of the financial matters that may need attention and whether the relationship was a marriage, de facto, or same sex relationship – financial disputes do arise, and if you do require assistance, you can find a lawyer via the FindLaw Directory who can assist with any financial disputes you may be experiencing. 


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How are non-financial contributions dealt with by the courts when a relationship comes to an end?

Date: 13 Nov 2017, Filed under: Divorce, Separation, Financial Disputes, Family Law, Property Settlement, Asset Divison, Spousal Maintenance

When determining how property is to be dealt with when a relationship comes to an end, the law will look to the contributions of the parties that takes...

Dispelling some myths in relation to property entitlements after the end of a marriage

Date: 24 Oct 2017, Filed under: Divorce, Property Settlement, Financial Disputes, Family Law

It’s never easy when a marriage comes to an end and beyond the emotional difficulties that individuals must face, there are also a number of additional...

An introduction to enforceable agreements before, during, and after a marriage

Date: 11 Oct 2017, Filed under: Divorce, Separation, Property Settlement, Financial Disputes, Agreements, Family Law

The Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) (the Act) outlines the following type of enforceable agreements: caring for children; division of property; spousal...


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