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Family Law in Canberra – De facto and getting separated?

By August 22, 2014No Comments

A change in your relationship status will require you to consider a number of issues, from updating wills, to changing binding death nominations with your superannuation fund, to division of joint assets, to assessing your eligibility for spousal maintenance and/or child support payments right down to checking your family health insurance plan. You may also find yourself facing unexpected costs, for example in transferring real estate or vehicles and paying stamp duty. You may need to attend mediation and file court applications for parenting orders or in relation to property, and getting accurate legal advice is vital. We can assist you in relation to formalising your separation from your de facto partner including same-sex partner. Call Cristina Huesch and her colleagues at Alliance Family Law to discuss your needs.
Read more: http://www.myfamilylaw.net.au/de-facto-separation-how-it-works

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