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Section 75(2) of the Family Law Act 1975 provides a list of matters that should be considered, including the following:

Based on all the information provided, the aim will be to determine what a just and equitable division would be for your case. During your first consultation, our family lawyers will advise what your entitlements are based upon the information that you provide.

During your initial consultation with one of our family lawyers, you will be advised regarding the above factors and others which may influence your property settlement.

2. Assessment of financial and non-financial contributions

Property settlements and divorce under the Family Law Act are entirely separate things. A divorce is simply the deregistration of marriage with the Department of Births, Deaths & Marriages. To obtain a divorce, your situation must have the following elements:

Any asset accumulated during the relationship up until the date that a property settlement is finalized can be included in the asset pool.

As noted above, this literally includes everything of value held between the parties up until an agreement is reached or court order made. This can include:

4. Evaluation of whether the decisions taken in the first three steps are just and equitable in all circumstances

Our lawyers in Dandenong will ensure that you are provided with practical legal advice regarding how you can negotiate effectively with your former partner and settle disputes amicably and cost-effectively. If things are not amicable with your former partner we will negotiate these matters on your behalf in an effort to resolve the property dispute efficiently and without any unnecessary court costs.

Financial contributions include direct contributions such as wages and salaries from each party as well as indirect contributions such as gifts and inheritance from family. Non-financial contributions include factors such as caring for children, housekeeping and maintenance.

We have a proud 30-year history in representing some of the largest financial institutions in the country.

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About us

This is a hands on role in which you will be responsible for a range of Post Settlement tasks including Settlement attendance.

Your duties may include:

This role requires a professional, confident and highly organised person who is willing to take on any task and get it done.

About you

To secure this opportunity you MUST have:

All enquiries will be treated in the strictest confidence. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.