Property Orders – Under Part VIII and VIIIAB of the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth)
A property (or financial) order is a set of orders made by a court under the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) relating to the division of property following the breakdown of a marriage or a de facto relationship and can include orders for payment of spouse/partner maintenance. A court can make a financial order based on an agreement between the parties (consent orders) or after a court hearing or trial.
This automated Property (or financial) Orders solution uses top-tier level drafting power and flexibility to customise a set of orders for property. It creates specific instructions for the sale or transfer of real estate, trust property, motor vehicles, funds in a bank and investments. It also creates specific instructions to refinance or discharge different types of liabilities. Customised provisions for superannuation splitting and provisions regarding maintenance are also included.