Commercial family law is one of the things that sets Hartley Healy Family Lawyers apart from other family lawyers. It involves our ability to deal with property settlement and financial cases (from the easiest and most complex) in an expert and commercial manner.
Not only do we have the expertise to handle large litigation and very complex matters, but also in relation to everyday property settlements, we are able to find commercial solutions quickly and easily for our clients and thus, help then move on quickly with their lives in a commercial manner.
Too many family lawyers say they are experts in property settlement, but do not have the history and proof to back up their claims. We do!
We are referred work from some of the leading commercial lawyers and Q.C’s in Australia. We have handled matters involving complex financial pools, ranging in value from $10M up to $300M.
Our team can read financial statements and understand them. We can draft Corporate Diagrams, interpret them using our own skills and expertise. We are not your everyday run-of-the-mill property settlement family lawyers. We do not work within a large corporate firm and we maintain our independence and boutique operation.
If you need a smart family lawyer to protect your property interest in your separation or if you have a complex matter but little knowledge about your spouse’s financial empire, then we are the best lawyers to look after your interests and obtain you a fair and equitable property settlement.
Some of the specialist areas that we have expertise on within commercial Family Law include:
- Superannuation in family law;
- Capital Gains Tax in family law;
- The treatment of Trusts by the Family Law Court;
- The family company and separation;
- Death after separation;
- Commercial common sense alternatives to litigation;
- Income Tax and separation;
- Bankruptcy in family law;
- The treatment of inheritances in family law property settlements.
Updates & Insights
Don’t delay Property Settlement after Separation
There are many reasons why a couple should come to a property settlement arrangement sooner rather than later after they separate. One of the more compelling reasons was highlighted in a recent Full Court decision where the parties had been married… Read more Don’t delay Property Settlement after Separation
What is Mine is Mine and What is Yours is Yours
“I do…for richer or for poorer” is no longer the reality in modern relationships. In recent decades there has been a rise of relationships where the parties remain emotionally together but financially separate. The unhinging of the notion of “what is… Read more What is Mine is Mine and What is Yours is Yours