Online Property Settlement Form


 

Are you getting a divorce? Do you need to negotiate a property settlement?

Would you like us to help you to negotiate a property settlement with your spouse or partner?

At Monardo Solicitors, we are experienced in negotiating property settlements both for those who are married or who are in a de facto relationship.

We offer two options for negotiating a property settlement on your behalf:

Option One: You call us to make an appointment and we arrange a meeting to discuss how to approach negotiating your property settlement.

Option Two: If your property settlement looks like it will be fairly straightforward, you can save time and money by filling out the online form below.

 

What does the two-step online process involve?

Step One: You fill in the property settlement form below and send it to us via the submit button at the bottom of the page.

Step Two: We will get in touch with you quickly, to discuss your case.

If you have decided on Option Two, please fill in the following form. When you have finished, you can send the form to us by clicking the submit button at the bottom of the page. We will get back to you with a quotation within a couple of working days.

 

Monardo Solicitors Property Settlement Form

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I would like to talk to a lawyer at Monardo Solicitors about my property settlement.

Part 1: Your contact details

First Name (required)

Last Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your residential address:

Street address:

City / Suburb:

State:

Postcode:

Country:

Your postal address:

Same as residential address:

Street address/PO box:

City / Suburb:

State:

Postcode:

Country:

Telephone:

Home:

Work:

Mobile:

Occupation

Your occupation:

Date of Birth

Date of Birth:

Can we call you at home?:

If you have answered no to the above question, please provide your preferred contact number:

Part 2: Your spouse’s details

Your spouse’s residential address:

Name:

Street address:

City / Suburb:

State:

Country:

Your spouse’s postal address:

Same as residential address:

Street address / PO box:

City / Suburb:

State:

Postcode:

Country:

Telephone

Home:

Work:

Mobile:

Email:

Your spouse’s/partner’s date of birth:

Your spouse’s/partner’s place of birth:

Has your spouse retained a solicitor? :

If you have answered yes to the above question, please provide the solicitor’s contact details, if you have them:

Firm:

Contact Name:

Telephone Number:

Email:

Part 3: Your relationship with your spouse

What is the status of your relationship with your spouse? Please select the description that best describes your current situation.

If you are currently married to your spouse, please answer the following questions:

If you are currently married to your spouse, what is the date on your marriage certificate?

If you are married, are you separated from your spouse?

If you are separated, please provide the date of separation:

* For separation to be accepted by the court, one spouse must regard the marriage as over on the date of separation and have, in some way, communicated this to the other spouse.

Are you planning to get a divorce?

If you wish to get divorced, would you like us to help prepare the application for divorce?

If you are currently divorced, please answer the following questions:

What was the date of your divorce?

If you are in a de facto relationship, please answer the following questions:

When did your de facto relationship begin?

On what date did you separate?

Part 4: Children

Do you have children with your spouse or partner?

If you have answered yes to the above question, how many of your children are under the age of 18 years?

Part 5: Other information

Is there any other information regarding your property settlement that you think you should share with us at this point?

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