Mortgages and Separation

Mortgages and Separation - Andrew Love -

Breaking up is hard to do. On top of the emotional impact, there are practical ramifications as well. When there’s a separation or divorce, debts you’ve accrued during the relationship, unfortunately, don’t go away. The longer a couple is together, the harder it can be to unravel all the financial connections.

Here we outline some of the issues facing both de facto and married couples when dealing with what is usually their most significant debt: the mortgage. Used alongside professional legal and financial advice, it’s possible to make this difficult transition a little less stressful.

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The end of a relationship is one of

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Mortgages and Separation

Mortgages and Separation - Andrew Love -

Breaking up is hard to do. On top of the emotional impact, there are practical ramifications as well. When there’s a separation or divorce, debts you’ve accrued during the relationship, unfortunately, don’t go away. The longer a couple is together, the harder it can be to unravel all the financial connections.

Here we outline some of the issues facing both de facto and married couples when dealing with what is usually their most significant debt: the mortgage. Used alongside professional legal and financial advice, it’s possible to make this difficult transition a little less stressful.

Get advice from the experts

The end of a relationship is one of life’s most stressful events. You don’t have to handle it alone – there’s emotional, legal and financial support out there.

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Moving Now or Moving Later? The Court’s Approach to Interim Relocation

Moving Now or Moving Later? The Court’s Approach to Interim Relocation - Adam Bak -

You’re going through a separation and want to move interstate with your kids. Relocating might sound like the best option but it’s not necessarily, especially if you’ve commenced Court Proceedings to work things out with your ex-husband or wife. If you’re thinking about relocating with children you should obtain speciali

By |2017-10-26T05:00:39+00:00October 26th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

A Valid Will versus an Estate Plan

A Valid Will versus an Estate Plan - Courtney Mullen -

A valid will versus an estate plan

A Canberra Times article published on 11 October 2017 reads ‘Unsent text message with a smiley face counted as a valid will, court rules’ reminds us that even if you have a ‘valid Will’, it can still be challenged.

The Queensland Supreme Court found that an unsent text message on the phone of a 55-year-old man who took his o

By |2017-10-18T23:52:07+00:00October 18th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , |1 Comment