De facto Relationship Matters

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A relationship is defined as a De facto relationship if the parties have lived together in a meaningful relationship for a period of at least 2 years, or have a child together or other relevant circumstances apply. De facto relationships can be either opposite-sex or same-sex relationships. The same 4 step process for determining the division of property applies to De facto relationships and marriages.

Defacto property matters can be finalised either by Consent Orders or Binding Financial Agreement. In the event that a matter is required to be brought to court, we can assist you to ensure that the matter is brought on quickly with the least cost to you.

We are experienced in all areas pertaining to Defacto relationships including:

  • Consent Orders
  • Binding Financial Agreements
  • Cohabitation Agreements
  • Pre-cohabitation Agreements
  • Court Applications
  • Enforcement Proceedings
  • Complex Property Division

If you have further queries please contact our office for a free 10 minute consultation or alternatively ask for our discounted 1 hour Initial Consultation.

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Defacto Matters
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Defacto Matters
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A De facto relationship is when the parties have lived together in a meaningful relationship for a period of at least 2 years. The end of a De facto relationship can result in settling the division of property where the same process applies as divorce. Contact our friendly team for assistance in all De facto matters.
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Queensland Law Practice
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