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Consent orders $799

We wrill write your consent orders for property settlement, ready for signing and filing with the court.

Filing in the court for you $299

Add in this option if you would like us to file the consent orders with the court on your behalf.

Parenting Plan $199

Add in this option if you would like to include a Parenting Plan.

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Super split $399

Add in this option to split your, or your ex’s, superannuation with the consent orders.

Property transfer $1,299-$1,499

Add in this option if you would like us to be your conveyancer and transfer a property with the consent orders:

QLD $1,299

NSW/VIC/SA/WA/ACT/TAS $1,499

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Inheritance in property settlements

The treatment and relevance of an inheritance or gift in property settlement depends on various factors, including the timing of the inheritance or gift and how it was used or dealt with during the relationship. Here are some general principles.

Contribution and use of the inheritance or gift

If the inheritance or gift is received during the relationship and is used to acquire assets, reduce debts, or improve the financial position of the parties, it may be seen as a contribution to the relationship’s property pool. In such cases, the court may consider it as an additional financial contribution of the receiving party when assessing the division of assets.

Length of the relationship and other contributions

The length of the relationship, as well as the financial and non-financial contributions made by both parties, are relevant factors in property settlement.

If a substantial period has passed since the inheritance or gift was received, and other contributions have been made during the relationship, the court may consider the inheritance or gift to be less relevant when determining the division of property.

Timing of the inheritance or gift

The timing of the inheritance or gift can be crucial in determining its treatment during property settlement. In general, if the inheritance or gift is to be received after separation, it may be considered a financial resource of the receiving party and may not be subject to division.

Future needs and just and equitable outcome

The court considers the future needs of both parties when making property settlement decisions. If one party received a significant inheritance or gift, but the other party has limited financial resources or needs, the court may make adjustments to achieve a just and equitable outcome.

How we can help you

Don’t let the complexities of property settlement stand in your way of making a fresh start.

As part of all of our consent order packages, we will review the details of your financial information and agreed asset split, and assess if your agreement is likely to be approved by the court in consent orders.

We will factor in all that you tell us about any inheritances or gifts either party has received.

Why choose us?

Australia’s cheapest Family Court Consent Orders and Binding Financial Agreements.

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Fixed fees, low costs

Affordable and easy Binding Financial Agreements and Family Court Consent Order drafting, filing and implementation, Australia-wide.

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Experienced

Australian lawyer with 11 years’ exclusive experience in family law.

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Legal protection

Our Family Court Consent Orders and Binding Financial Agreements give you a legally binding, final and complete property settlement so you can move on with your life.

Why choose us?

Australia’s cheapest Family Court Consent Orders and Binding Financial Agreements.

N

Fixed fees, low costs

Affordable and easy Binding Financial Agreements and Family Court Consent Order drafting, filing and implementation, Australia-wide.

N

Experienced

Australian lawyer with 11 years’ exclusive experience in family law.

N

Legal protection

Our Family Court Consent Orders and Binding Financial Agreements give you a legally binding, final and complete property settlement so you can move on with your life.