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Under the Family Law Act it is necessary for parties to be separated for a period of twelve months prior to filing an application for a divorce. While the form can be downloaded from the court’s website, it is important that it is prepared carefully and in a detailed fashion as details contained within the document can have significant and unintended impacts down the track.

At Tiyce & Lawyers, our team of family law specialists can provide detailed attention and assistance to ensure all the relevant matters are appropriately attended to.

It is crucial to note that once a divorce is finalised any property settlement between the parties must be finalised prior to the expiration of twelve months without leave.

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