Is there a way to get a good property settlement? In this video, Best Wilson Family Lawyer, Rebecca Harding…
A family law property settlement generally happens in three distinct steps. The first of which is valuing your property. In other words, determining the net value of all property. This is irrespective of whether property is held legally by yourself, by your former partner or by both of you jointly. Property includes real estate, cash, [...]
The second step in a property settlement is an assessment of your respective contributions to your property pool, including both financial and non-financial contributions.
The third step relevant to property settlement is an examination of future considerations. The Court has a very wide discretion in making adjustments to reflect these considerations.
One of the really common questions people ask is “What am I entitled to?” The process of a property settlement can at times be less strenuous than you think. In fact, only about 5% of all property settlements end up before a Judge. The key to all of this is trying to strike an agreement [...]
Quite often its necessary for a court to approve an Interim Order until such time as a trial has taken place and Final Orders are made.