How to divide property and assets, including spousal maintenance and superannuation.
Applications relating to bankruptcy can be also considered under the Family Law Act if a court is dealing with financial or property order after marriage/de facto relationship breakdown and separation.
Parents’ responsibilty to financially support their children to the best of their ability is not changed by separation or divorce.
Information on the costs of maintaining children.
When orders are made, each person bound by the order must follow it; enforcement options
Financial agreements and consent orders: legally binding ways to agree how your assets and debts should be divided.
A court application may be the only way to decide a dispute about assets and debts.
Dividing assets (property), including superannuation, and allocating responsibility for debt after separation; the general principles a court will use under the Family Law Act.
When one person pays towards the financial support of their husband or wife or de facto partner (or former husband or wife or de facto partner).
How the law deals with superannuation when couples are dividing their assets after a marriage/de facto relationship breakdown