Property Settlement Lawyers

If you are working through divorce or separation and need guidance, our dedicated team can help you with a wide range of property settlement issues, helping to ease the difficulty of finalising your relationship.

Complex Property Matters

Our experienced team can help you with all property matters, including more complex divisions, trusts, super or business interests.

Fair & Equitable Outcomes

Property settlements can significantly impact both parties’ financial futures, which is why we continuously work towards fair outcomes.

Cost-Effective Solutions

Our commitment is to provide you with quality legal guidance or representation, if needed, with a fee structure that is fair and transparent.

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Guiding You Through Property Settlement After Divorce or Separation

Ending a relationship is always hard, and asset splitting and property settlement can be a challenging part of this experience. Our team specialises in guiding you through your obligations and entitlements, ensuring you receive the advice and options that best represent your interests.

Logan & Brisbane Property Settlement Lawyers

Need legal advice for property settlement after divorce or separation?

No matter your circumstances, our team has the experience needed to see you through to the other side. We will discuss your options and any costs involved, ensuring you have a clear understanding of your situation.

We are well-versed in property settlement matters, and can help you finalise arrangements through mediation, negotiation or court representation if required.

Property Settlement Lawyers

“Thank you to the team at Advance Family Law for guiding me through a very traumatic time and giving me direction and more fundamentally, hope, that not only would my interests be protected but that the outcome achieved would be fair, reasonable and equitable, which it was.”


Property Settlement Lawyers: Advocating for Your Needs

Comprehensive, Professional & Experienced

Property settlements are often more complicated than they first seem, and no two relationships are the same. We’ll ensure we dedicate the time and attention required to create solutions that work best with your unique circumstances.

Whether you need advice early on or help to formalise arrangements, we are committed to ensuring you feel supported every step of the way.

Speak to one of our property settlement lawyers today.

Accredited Legal Services

Queensland Law Society
Domestic Violence Lawyer Gold Coast
Queensland Association of Collaborative Practitioners
Child Protection Practitioners

How We Help Our Clients

Book A Free 15 Minute Consultation

Simply get in touch and we’ll organise a free 15 minute telephone consultation.

Understand Your Options

We’ll ensure you know what your options are and can make informed legal decisions.

Move Forward With Your Life

Our team will help you resolve your matter so you can focus on moving forward with your life.

Frequently Asked Questions

With over 40 years of combined experience, our team can help with almost any matter you are facing, including: 

  • Advice on entitlements and obligations prior negotiating with your former spouse or partner
  • Assisting with the preparation of Consent Orders or Binding Financial Agreements to formalise asset division agreements
  • Arranging partial property settlement distributions to help with living expenses or legal fees
  • Negotiating on your behalf, including representation at Mediation
  • Initiating or responding to Court proceedings if cooperation with your former spouse or partner is lacking

There are a number of steps and factors that go into deciding what a fair settlement looks like. The law aims to create a ‘fair and equitable’ outcome, meaning that both parties receive a percentage based split based on what is deemed reasonable for their circumstances. 

Factors taken into account include:  

  • Total assets and liabilities of you are your ex-partner (the property or asset pool)
  • Contributions made by both parties – financial and non financial
  • Length of time in the relationship
  • Whether there are children involved
  • The current and future needs, and earning capacities of both parties

Most assets are taken into account when during settlement, including:  

  • Property, cars, boats and internationally owned property
  • Cash, bonds and investments
  • Business and business interests
  • Shares, superannuation and trust funds
  • Inheritances received, and potentially ones that will be received in the future
  • Furniture, clothing, collections and jewellery &
  • Anything else deemed of significant value

Some couples can reach agreements between themselves, but even then, it’s a good idea for both parties to receive independent legal advice to ensure the agreement is fair. Mediation or negotiation is a standard method for reaching an agreement, which can then be legally formalised. Court is generally a last resort, but may be necessary – or unavoidable, in some cases.

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