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How does it work?

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Complete our online form

We will prepare your personalised application for divorce and send it to you by email within minutes.
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Print and sign

Download, print and sign your Application for Divorce. You must sign the application before a Justice of the Peace or other qualified witness.
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Lodge with the Court

Lodge your application with the Court. Once you lodge your application, follow the steps in our eGuide to finalise your divorce.

Our Divorce eGuide (included free with your Divorce Kit) explains how to lodge your application with the Court in plain easy to follow language.

Joint or Sole Application?

You can apply for divorce using a Joint Application or a Sole Application

Joint Application

You and the other party can apply together for divorce. This is known as a Joint Application. When making a Joint Application, both parties are required to sign the application (you can each sign on separate days).

Sole Application

If you prefer, you can simply make your own Sole Application without the other party. If you are making a Sole Application, only you need to sign the application. See our FAQs page for further information.

How does it work?

1

Complete our online form

Then we prepare your personalised application for property settlement consent orders and send it to you by email within minutes.
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Print and review

Download, print and review your completed Application for Consent Orders and Property Settlement eGuide (included free in every kit).
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Sign and lodge with the Court

Sign and lodge your application with the Court.

Our Property Settlement eGuide (included free with your Property Kit) explains how to complete and lodge your application with the Court in plain easy to follow language.
Our friendly Support Team is also available to answer any questions you have along the way.

What are Consent Orders?

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Court approved

A Consent Order is a written agreement that is approved by the Family Court. Separated couples (married or de facto) can apply for Consent Orders to finalise property settlement. You won’t have to attend any court hearings, as your application is processed internally by the Court.
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Legally binding

When the Court makes Consent Orders for property settlement, the settlement becomes legally binding, providing a safe and effective way for couples to finalise financial matters at the end of a relationship.
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What do I need?

To apply, you will need to prepare a correctly completed Application document together with a fully drafted Consent Minutes of Order document (the proposed orders requested by the parties). Our property settlement kits make the process simple.

Are there any hidden fees or charges?
We do not have any hidden fees or charges. Our Property Settlement Kits are just $199 (or $299 if you want to include a superannuation split).
The Court will charge a filing fee of $165 to lodge your application. We can assist you to seek a fee exemption which would reduce the Court fee to nil, if eligible.
By comparison, private lawyers typically charge thousands to prepare property settlement consent order documents.

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