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Dealing with overseas assets in property settlement

Dealing with overseas assets in property settlement

In today’s globalised world, we are more connected with other countries than ever before. We are able to trade internationally with just the click of a button, resulting in many Australians owning foreign assets and investments. So, what happens with that overseas property after separation?
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Pre-action procedures before commencing proceedings in the Family Court

Before you can take your family law dispute to court, you must fulfil certain “pre-action procedures” to show the courts you have made a genuine effort to resolve your dispute before commencing proceedings.
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Can I secretly record my ex for family law proceedings?

Can I secretly record my ex for family law proceedings?

If your communications with the other side start to get messy or out of control, sometimes there is panic and people can be tempted to covertly and secretly record conversations. It’s important to know that there are legal limitations as to whether those recordings can or will be considered in Court and whether they were legally taken at all.
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Can I claim more after finalising property settlement?

Can I claim more after finalising property settlement?

When a property settlement has been finalised after separation, the parties’ financial relationship ends on a full and final basis. However, there are some instances where the Court may set aside a property settlement in order to re-assess and possibly vary the outcome.
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