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Superannuation Splitting Orders - Bulow v Bulow

by In property proceedings, the Court may make such orders as it considers appropriate in relation to the property of the parties of the marriage or relationship, which may alter the interests held.  It is, however first necessary to identify and value the existing legal and equitable interests each (or both) of the parties have in the property of the parties
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Budget, Super Reforms and Family Law

by The 2016/17 Federal Budget has made significant changes to superannuation, arguably the largest changes since the 2006/07 Budget. Some of the proposed changes may have a big impact on Family Law and the structure and form of property distribution in separating families. So what are the changes? A Lifetime Non-Concessional Contributions Cap Currently you can make non-concessional contributions to super
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Where there’s a will there’s a? – A few things to do when you separate

Where there’s a will there’s a? – A few things to do when you separate

by There was a report in the press recently about a young man dying and his wife inheriting the whole of his estate under the terms of his will. Nothing remarkable there? Well, there was actually because the young man had been separated from his wife for in excess of 15 months, had effected a property settlement and had re-partnered. But
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