Dividing Assets

You have separated and need to divide your assets

Division of assets as a separated couple can be complex and highly contested. You may think that you will be able to divide assets peacefully, but there are times where conflict and residual emotions make division of assets difficult. The stress and trauma of separation can easily affect a person’s ability to negotiate and make calculated decisions to maximise their future prospects.

Kroesen & Co. Lawyers will provide accurate advice tailored to your unique position and will assist in dividing domestic and international assets, businesses and property within Australia.

Kroesen & Co. Lawyers are experienced negotiators and litigators and will ensure that they achieve the best outcome in the circumstances. If necessary, our lawyers will use the broad powers of the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Courts to make Orders for a just and equitable division of assets.

You should note that Applications for division of assets by the court must be made within 12 months of your divorce becoming final, or if you were in a de facto relationship the application must be made within 2 years of the dissolution of the de facto relationship. Time is of the essence, so please do not hesitate to consult the lawyers of Kroesen & Co.

For more information see our Property Settlements Page