Trusted Property Settlement Lawyers Logan team
VM Family Law’s property lawyers Logan team are skilled in handling a wide range of property settlement disputes. Whether you require representation at final hearings or the assistance of a barrister, our team can provide the legal support you need.
Our team of settlement lawyers will evaluate your unique situation and provide you with relevant insights into potential outcomes of your case. We understand that property settlement agreements can be complicated and stressful, which is why we strive to simplify the process for you, enabling you to move on with your life.
Contact our team today to schedule a consultation. Let us assist you in resolving your property disputes and securing your legal rights and interests.
- Alternate Dispute Resolution – Mediation or Collaborative Law;
- Likely entitlement following separation – either married or de facto partners;
- Property Arbitration;
- Negotiating and Preparing Consent Orders for property settlement;
- Preparation of documents, representation and negotiations for property settlement before a Court;
- Spousal Maintenance; and
- Urgent Applications for property matters.
FAQs from our property settlement lawyer Logan team
The length of time it takes to complete a property settlement can vary depending on several factors, such as the complexity of the assets involved, the level of cooperation between parties, and the need for court intervention. It’s best to consult with an experienced family lawyer to discuss your individual situation and get a realistic estimate of how long the process may take. Contact us to discuss your situation with one of our property lawyers.
Yes, it is possible to obtain a divorce before a property settlement is finalised. However, it’s important to note that finalising the property settlement can have an impact on the divorce settlement, as the court will take into account the property settlement when deciding on the division of assets and liabilities. It’s recommended to seek the advice of an experienced family lawyer to ensure that your interests are protected and that your divorce and property settlement are handled correctly.
In Queensland, there is no set time limit for when a property settlement must occur after separation. However, it’s generally recommended to try to finalise the settlement as soon as possible after separation, as a delay can create uncertainty and make it harder to negotiate a fair and reasonable settlement.
In most cases, property settlement is not considered taxable income. However, it’s recommended to seek the advice of a qualified tax professional to determine if any tax implications may arise from your specific property settlement.
Yes, de facto partners can claim for property settlement in the event of a relationship breakdown, provided certain criteria are met. In Australia, de facto couples have the same legal rights and entitlements as married couples in relation to property division, and can seek legal assistance to help them resolve their property disputes.