Whether you are leaving a marriage or de facto relationship, our property settlement lawyers in Brisbane can ensure a fair division of assets upon the breakdown of your relationship. The Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) has a range of avenues available to protect your interests and lead to a resolution of all relevant financial matters.
Negotiating a property settlement in Brisbane can be a time consuming and stressful process both for de facto and married couples alike. Separating couples can record their property settlement in a private agreement, by way of a Binding Financial Agreement, or by approaching the court for consent orders.
So if you need a property settlement lawyer in Brisbane, look no further – contact us today.
When looking for help with property settlement in Brisbane, you have a few options. Where a decision cannot be reached by both parties, you can approach the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (Division 2)(for most financial disputes), or the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (Division 1) for more complex matters. The Court process can assist to:
Whether you reach agreement out of Court, or have to litigate to obtain your entitlement, the law we advise you on when it comes to property settlement is the same.
Broadly, this process involves:
Whatever your needs, contact Daykin Family Law today and our property settlement lawyers in Brisbane can help you.
Daykin Family Law has a broad range of extensive experience in navigating, resolving and finalising divorce property settlement and financial issues in Brisbane upon the breakdown of a relationship, including acting for third parties whose interests are affected by divorce or de facto relationship breakdowns.
Property settlement is a complex area of law; therefore, sound and pragmatic advice from an expert property settlement lawyer is needed to ensure that all issues are fully assessed from the outset and steps are put into place to protect you and your interests throughout your whole matter.
For more information or to make an appointment with our property settlement lawyers in Brisbane, contact us today.
You can contact Daykin Family Law by video, phone or in person at our Fortitude Valley, Brisbane office.
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