The latest from the blog26.11.18
Divorce lawyers: how we avoid the “horribly aggressive lawyering”
We get it. The lawyer stereotype exists for a reason. We probably all know someone who has gone through a horrible divorce, which went on for years and their lawyer charged…Read more 21.11.18
Founder listed as a 2018 Australian Young Entrepreneur Awards FINALIST
Founder of Australia’s leading online family law firm, Siobhan Mullins, has been named as a finalist in the Business News Australia 2018 Australian Young Entrepreneur Awards. The Australian Young Entrepreneur…Read more 19.11.18
Top 7 mistakes to avoid when going through a divorce
Mistake #1 is rushing the separation or divorce. There needs to be a degree of acceptance by both you and your partner that the relationship is ending before embark on…Read more 12.11.18
What does it mean to ‘legally separate’?
The legal definition of ‘separation’ is essentially where a couple in a romantic relationship (being two people, whether the same or different sex) has been ‘brought to an end by…Read more 05.11.18
Do I need to tell anyone that we’ve separated?
We think there is a lack of know-how when it comes to the practical information you need once you or your partner make the decision to separate on a final…Read more 16.10.18
Separate Together named as a Finalist in the Canberra Women in Business Awards
Canberra based online business, Separate Together, has been named as a finalist for the Innovation Business Award in this year’s Canberra Women in Business Awards. The firm specialises in working…Read more 08.10.18
Women in Law Finalist
Siobhan Mullins, Director of Separate Together, has been named as a finalist for the Lawyers Weekly Sole Practitioner of the Year category at the 2018 Women in Law Awards, one…Read more 01.10.18
Making The Pie Split Official
When it comes to making your agreement about how you’ll split The Pie official, you’d be looking at doing this by way of Financial Consent Orders. The Consent Orders allow…Read more 29.09.18
Splitting The Pie: How to
So, you’ve worked out The Pie—what’s available to be split between you and your partner, as well as how much things are worth or what’s owing on debts. The next…Read more 27.09.18
You’ve worked out The Pie. Now What?
Having purchased The Pie, you now have an idea about all of the assets, debts and superannuation that you’re aware of and the values, as well as whether there are…Read more