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A guide to family law for financial services practitioners

Family & Relationship Law
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Family law requires a holistic and strategic approach to resolution as we identify the best way forward for our clients.

To assist this collaboration, we've created a guide for financial services practitioners seeking a more thorough understanding of the family law system.

The guide covers:

  • An introduction to the property settlement process
  • Identifying and valuing the asset pool
  • The practicalities of property settlement
  • Special categories of property
  • Taxation issues in family law
  • Death in family law
  • Financial agreements
  • De facto relationships
  • Spousal maintenance
  • Superannuation
  • Child support
  • Divorce
  • What to do if served with a subpoena
  • Who we are and how we can help

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