Property Settlement Lawyers Brisbane
Separating from a married spouse or de facto partner can be a stressful, anxious experience. Reaching an agreement with your ex partner about your property settlement is no exception. Whether or not your separation is an amicable one, you may need trained and experienced lawyers to help you reach a logical and fair property settlement about the division of the matrimonial property.
Offering property settlement along the Gold Coast, Collective Family Law Group is a professional, highly vetted provider of a range of family law services. With decades of combined experience in the family law industry, our lawyers are proud to empower our clients and help them to move forward with their lives.
Trusted, cost-effective property settlement services
Collective Family Law Group offers high-quality legal services and affordable solutions by providing progressive fee structures tailored to your situation. We have helped families all over Australia formalise their property settlements through consent orders and binding financial agreements, avoiding costly legal battles and the expensive and stressful experience of going to Court. Transparent, progressive fee structures give you a complete picture of estimated costs, with three alternative fee structures available to meet your particular circumstances. Deferred fees, fixed fees, and flexible hourly rates are offered to provide you with peace of mind during an otherwise stressful time of life.
Our property settlement lawyers are second to none
Collective Family Law Group is committed to positively impacting our client’s experience as they move through their separation and divorce by delivering outcomes they deserve as soon as possible. Because not every family dispute needs to go to court, and because we understand you want to move on with your life, our lawyers have the required expertise you need to divide property in a way that is mutually beneficial. Our lawyers have years of experience separating assets in a way that reduces stress, fear, and anxiety. Prompt, efficient, and accurate, our property settlement lawyers offer practical strategies, solid legal advice and real-life solutions that can be relied upon.
Stay out of court with Resolve Online
No two separations look alike, which is why the team at Collective Family Law Group specialises in helping parties reach practical property agreements in a time and cost-effective manner. We understand that most clients don’t want to retain a lawyer, and for them, it is a last resort, but they still need some guidance. That’s why we’ve introduced a perfect first step program: Resolve Online.
Our online program provides access to dozens of educational videos, worksheets, and legal guides that can guide you through your separation. Understand your rights and entitlements under Australian Family Law, and receive a step-by-step guide to help you navigate your matter. Not only could Resolve Online save you thousands of dollars, but it could help you resolve property settlement within a matter of weeks.
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Finalise your property settlement in Brisbane with Collective Family Law
If you have separated from your spouse, partner, or de facto relationship, you can count on Collective Family Law Group to help resolve your property settlement. Contact our team directly to learn more about our family law services, or submit an online form to receive your free one-hour consultation. We are standing by to assist you in whatever means possible.
The term “property settlement” refers to the process of dividing all belongings between the separating parties, regardless of whether the property is owned jointly or is held in a sole name. An agreed property settlement becomes legally binding through a Court Order of Binding Financial Agreement. A formal property settlement details what each member of a partnership will receive after separation. It will be customised according to the family in question and address how both tangible and intangible assets are to be distributed between the parties. Some of the most common property settlement agreements include divisions of:
- Physical furniture
- Land, houses, or property
- Bank accounts
- Trusts or funds
- Insurance proceeds
Property settlements may be handled amicably in the presence of lawyers or by a judge in court using a four-step process.
In Australia, a financial resource refers to a financial advantage that is or is likely to be enjoyed by a party, such as a life insurance policy. In contrast, an asset in family law is any form of physical or intangible property that a party owns. This includes items of furniture, land, homes, and more.
Under Australian Family Law, both financial resources and assets are to be included in property settlements. Separating partners always have the option to agree on the division of their matrimonial property on their own and then turn to a lawyer to make the agreement legally binding. In circumstances where an agreement cannot be reached between the parties despite all effort, a Court can decide the separation of assets according to law.
Navigating a property settlement in Brisbane with a separating partner can be a confusing, stressful and overwhelming process. Our lawyers at Collective Family Law Group can help you navigate your property settlement by providing you with clear, accurate and reliable advice tailored to your unique circumstances. Our lawyers have extensive experience in engaging in meaningful negotiations with other parties to ensure a just resolution is reached as soon as possible.
Although a majority of property settlements are able to be settled outside of Court, there are some cases where the Court’s assistance is required. Our lawyers are experienced advocates and can help you through the Court process, should the need arise.
If you are concerned that your property settlement may end in court, we can help. Get in touch with a property settlement lawyer from Collective Family Law today to resolve your dispute promptly.
Many people going through a separation are hopeful that their property will be divided equally between the separating parties. But this is not always the case as an even split of property may not be considered just and fair in the eyes of the law in particular circumstances. In your initial consultation with Collective Family Law Group, our experienced lawyers will usually be able to give you an idea of what percentage range of the property pool you may be entitled to.