Before commencing property settlement negotiations, it is essential that you know what your assets and liabilities are worth. As this is a vital step in the separation process, it is not to be rushed and may necessitate obtaining valuation reports from expert valuers.
In Cargill Family Lawyers’ latest blog post, Rachel Jones discusses 7 of the most common assets and liabilities, and what you need to know about their valuation.
Cargill Family Law seek to resolve family law matters peacefully and strategically wherever possible, therefore commencing family law property proceedings in court is the option of last resort.
Rachel Jones discusses in this blog the reasons you shouldn't jump into the court system too soon and what you need to know before your matter appears before the courts.
How can I negotiate and finalise a family law property settlement outside of court with my ex partner?
When couples separate, invariably some form of property settlement agreement needs to be reached concerning who takes what property. In part 2 of this family law property settlement series, we discuss the different vehicles that can be used to negotiate and finalise a family law property settlement agreement out of court.
When couples separate, invariably some form of property settlement agreement needs to be reached about who takes what property. In Part 1 of this family law property settlement series, we discuss four important factors that need to be carefully considered before negotiating a property settlement agreement.
Facing a separation/divorce can feel overwhelming initially. However, like all major life events the burden is always eased by surrounding yourself with the right people and professional support.
In this article, we discuss the basics of preparing for a smooth separation in 3 ways: