How To Avoid Property Settlement Problems After Divorce

Property settlement in a divorce is not something that should be treated lightly. Separating after a marriage or a divorce can be a daunting experience. To avoid additional stress at such a difficult time, some people make the mistake of not formalising how assets are to be divided. This can lead to a situation where, [...]

By | July 10th, 2018|Financial & Property|Comments Off on How To Avoid Property Settlement Problems After Divorce

How A Family Lawyer Can Help With Parenting Order’s During Divorce

If you have children, one of the many things you will come up during your divorce and will need to be discussed with your family lawyer is Children's Orders sometimes also referred to as parenting orders. What are Parenting Orders? These are directives made by the family court about parenting arrangements for the child. But [...]

By | October 23rd, 2017|Children|Comments Off on How A Family Lawyer Can Help With Parenting Order’s During Divorce

Stamp Duty On Property Transfer During Divorce Or Separation

As one of the best family lawyers in Melbourne, Glezer Lanteri & Associates take into account ‘hidden’ costs associated with a property settlement in divorce, including stamp duty, tax etc.  One of the questions we are frequently asked is: With the changes in stamp duty, will I have to pay stamp duty on transfer of [...]

By | June 25th, 2017|de facto separation, divorce, Financial & Property|Comments Off on Stamp Duty On Property Transfer During Divorce Or Separation

Inheritance In Divorce Settlements

While dealing with inheritance in divorce settlements in Australia, some questions that are frequently asked are: Can I keep any inheritance I receive? or Can I keep any inheritance I receive after divorce? or also What about future inheritances that I am likely to receive after divorce? It is quite common for people to obtain an inheritance [...]

By | May 1st, 2017|de facto separation, divorce, Financial & Property|Comments Off on Inheritance In Divorce Settlements

De facto Separation

De facto separation occurs when either a heterosexual couple or a same sex couple who, whilst not marrying, have lived together as a couple on a genuine domestic basis and now wish to separate. A de facto partner’s ability to seek a property settlement or deal with other financial issues arsing from the breakdown of [...]

By | November 17th, 2016|de facto separation, Spousal Maintenance|Comments Off on De facto Separation

Child Support and Maintenance

Child Support refers to payments made by one parent to the other parent by way of financial support for their child. Child support can be arranged either via a Child Support Assessment through the Child Support Agency (DHS) or through a private agreement. A Child Support Assessment takes into account a number of factors including [...]

By | October 17th, 2016|Children, divorce, Divorce Law|Comments Off on Child Support and Maintenance