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13 December 2015 Marilyn Hauptmann comments on the uptick in family law matters at this time of the year

"Early January, unfortunately, is a hive of activity in family law," reveals attorney Marilyn Hauptmann. "The phone starts ringing in the first week with a lot of new inquiries."

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If a decision has been taken to divroce, then here is a starter kit of documents you need to gather:

  1. Spouse’s/partner’s tax returns for at least the last three financial year
  2. Financial statements and tax returns for any companies, trusts and self-managed superannuation funds in which your spouse/partner has an interest in respect of the last three financial years..
  3. Trust Deeds in relation to all trusts and self-managed superannuation funds in which your spouse/partner has an interest.
  4. Bank statements and credit cards in relation to all accounts in the name of your spouse/partner and in the names of all companies in which your spouse/partner has an interest.
  5. Employment contract or letter of offer of employment of your spouse/partner
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