Blog & News — Dealing with Divorce and Separation


Expert tips and insights from our highly trained advisors to help when you are dealing with divorce and separation. Learn from us to save yourself time, stress and money.

Let’s Talk about Money, honey

07/10/2015
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Ok. We all know that talking about money to our honeys (especially the new ones) is not easy.  Unfortunately many people do not have those discussions with their honeys about finances at the   beginning. Those hard chats were never really had until too late. Study after study has shown that one of the major, if

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Legal Tips for Divorce – SBS Radio Feature

29/06/2015
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Jacqueline was interviewed by Ildiko Dauda for SBS Radio this week, providing legal tips for divorce and insight into making good decisions early on when contemplating divorce. Read the article and listen to the audio of this

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Divorce in Retirement Years – The Age

27/05/2015
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We are delighted to be featured in an article published in The Age today discussing the impact and financial challenges for divorce in retirement years. Article by Kate Jones. "After decades of marriage, divorce is the last thing couples expect to disrupt their retirement plans. But more and more baby boomers are

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Divorce and Separation Communication Advice – Before You Press Send

25/03/2015
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In our last blog about Divorce and Separation Communication Advice, we talked about the Golden Rule in Divorce Settlement Negotiations. We hope from that you understand how important it is that you should always write as if a judge was reading text or email or watching your conversation! But even if your email is a

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Should You Be Honest? Divorce Advice

04/03/2015
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Truth telling can hard at the best of times. During divorce sometimes revealing “new” news to your ex can feel like you are throwing yourself “into the bear pit”. Lying about a promotion (or non-promotion), a new relationship, a potential inheritance or spiralling credit card debt is so so tempting during

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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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