Blog & News — Dealing with Divorce and Separation


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How to Have Good Divorce – SMH Feature

21/11/2016
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The Sydney Morning Herald recently quoted Separation and Divorce Advisors very own Jacqueline Wharton in their article 'How to Have a Good Divorce': "If you wish to come to a settlement without the involvement of third parties or court, the financial needs of your ex will need to be accommodated," says Jacqueline

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Let's Talk About Money Honey | 2UE Podcast

2UE Podcast – Let’s talk money, honey

08/11/2016
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On 18th October Jacqueline Wharton joined 2UE Talking Relationships host David Prior and relationship counsellor Bernie Bolger to talk about money - the topic no couple wants to touch. Listen to the podcast

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Free Webinar – Love & Money, Finding Domestic Bliss: 10thousandgirl

12/10/2016
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Jacquie Wharton joins Zoe from 10thousandgirl, along with finance industry veteran Virginia Heyer, in the webinar Love & Money, Finding Domestic Bliss. The webinar aims to provide practical tools to assist couples in having healthy conversations around money and finance. The topics discussed

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Jacqueline Wharton, a Sydney based separation and divorce advisor

Financial agreements help couples protect their assets – SMH Feature

09/10/2016
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Jacqueline Wharton, was interviewed this week by the Sydney Morning Herald about the importance of financial agreements or 'pre-nups' in protecting the assets of individuals, should a relationship end. Jacqueline Wharton, who trained as a lawyer but is the founder of Separation and Divorce Advisors with offices

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Collaborating together with Jacqueline helped us focus on the key priorities – our children

We wanted to separate amicably and not ruin our future relationship by fighting each other using lawyers - especially because we will be in each others lives frequently as we continue to work together & raise our kids. It's an awful situation that you just don't need to make worse.

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