Tag Archives: Property Settlement

Which way to go?

By | June 22, 2021

Divorce property settlement examples Australia: Following the recent separation of billionaires Bill and Melinda Gates after 27 years of marriage, it has been reported that the couple chose to separate amicably and to privately negotiate their property settlement outside of the Court and public eye. Upon the breakdown of a marriage or de facto relationship, parties can either… Read More »

What Is a Divorce Settlement Agreement?

By | May 4, 2021

Divorce Property Settlements issues like Financial issues arising from the breakdown in a relationship can be resolved at any time following the date of separation. In family law, this is known as a “property settlement”. Divorce is dealt with in separate proceedings. The requirement to obtain a divorce in Australia is that an ‘irretrievable breakdown of the marriage/relationship… Read More »

ANNA KLEINDIENST – Senior Associate Solicitor

By | March 20, 2021

Anna has a particular interest in property settlements and is committed to assisting her clients in achieving an amicable and expeditious resolution of their matter wherever possible. Her professionalism, caring nature and down to earth approach is valued by her clients, colleagues and other professionals. Whilst being a member of the Queensland Law Society and the Family Law… Read More »

What Are You Worth in Your Property Settlement?

By | March 12, 2021

That is (sometimes) the million-dollar question. In determining what a client is worth in a property settlement, we (and the Court) utilise a 4 step process. To receive advice on your personal situation and circumstances, contact the team at James Noble Law today and make an appointment. Please read the originial post here: https://www.jamesnoblelaw.com.au/property-settlement/

What is Property Settlement ? 4 Key Points you must Note – JNL

By | January 15, 2021

When it comes to property settlement, Put simply, the division of assets when a relationship breaks down, enabling both parties to sever financial and material ties with one another so they can better move on with their lives, requires a property settlement. A property settlement will also include the distribution of liabilities, such as unpaid loans and credit… Read More »