Life's challenges

What are some of the common mistakes landlords make? Some property investors choose to manage their own rental properties. This has both advantages and disadvantages. One...
Read more

We’re getting divorced. How will our property be divided?

The Family Law Act requires a just and equitable division of assets. In many cases the parties are able to come to a decision between them as to how the property will be divided. It is recommended that you seek the advice of a Family Lawyer in the event of requiring a property settlement.

If you and your ex-partner are unable to agreed, the Court will determine how to divide your property and will consider things like:
  • Current and past incomes
  • The assets that each party brought to the relationship
  • Health and age
  • Inheritances
  • Superannuation funds
Back to questions
AMO