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What is an easement on a property and how does it affect me? An easement allows another party to access, cross or use your land for a specified purpose.
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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
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