Whether superannuation will be split and if so, in what proportions, will depend upon the circumstances of a particular relationship. Relevant factors may include:
- If the primary carer of children can keep the home if superannuation is split;
- The ages of the parties;
- The value of the net asset pool and the proportion of that pool that is represented by superannuation;
- Tax implications of any superannuation split.
How LGM Family Law Can Assist You
We will consider how a superannuation interest may be split where necessary to ensure a just and equitable outcome, particularly where superannuation may be the primary component of a property pool. If your desire is to retain your superannuation, we will advise you regarding what options may be available.
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We prefer to meet you in person but are happy to have a telephone consultation if this suits you. At an initial consultation, we will take some particulars from you so that we can provide you with advice about the likely outcome at family law for your particular circumstances and estimated costs if you wish to proceed further.