Finding time to see a solicitor to sort out your property and superannuation division.
Spending too much money to document a division of you assets.
Simply not knowing what to do to go about dividing superannuation.
Finding a knowledgeable friendly voice to guide you to create financial certainty.
After separation, many couples struggle to divide their superannuation. Dividing up their houses, cars and cash is more straightforward to sort out but superannuation can be split too. We are an online law firm who are devoted to getting you moving forward. We can help find the best solution to split up a separated couple’s combined superannuation in a fair way between each party.
An Australian online legal team who are dedicated to undertaking your superannuation split, with a wholly online super split application service, which is achieved swiftly and WITHOUT the need or stress for you to personally deal with the Court and the super fund. We can do it all.
After you complete a simple question and answer online application we prepare your Consent Orders including the superannuation split and email them to you to sign. Once signed we obtain the Super Fund consent and then file documents with the Court. We then serve the Super Fund with the sealed Court Order so that splitting can occur. It’s that simple. No Court appearance is needed, no delays if forms are incorrectly completed.
We offer 3 payment options for our services. We believe you should be offered a choice as to what level of assistance you want us to provide. Depending on the level of level you choose, the costs range from $895-$1395*. Payment plans can be arranged.
*See no hidden fees below for government/fund charges
A mediation is a conference between separated couples conducted by an accredited mediator who is impartial and qualified to assist you with resolving any remaining dispute as to how to divide your property including superannuation. We can arrange a mediation on your behalf if both parties agree to attend. Let us know if you think we can assist in this way. We will then prepare the agreement reached in a binding and final form.
The Court charges you a filing fee to lodge your paperwork to divide your superannuation. This is a necessary step and the fee is $195. The Superannuation fund may charge a small fee to process the division (splitting) of the superannuation BUT this is usually taken out of the existing superannuation balance.
We are happy to discuss payment by instalments of the costs to obtain Your Superannuation Split. We are Australian solicitors who must hold money received in our trust account. Our firm’s roots go back more than 30 years in our local Australian community.