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NSW Property Settlement Following Mediation

Discussion in 'Family Law Forum' started by Darren barrett, 7 June 2015.

  1. Darren barrett

    Darren barrett Active Member

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    I have just finished mediation with my ex and have now had my home loan approved to buy her out. How much notice do I have to give for her to move out and what can I do if she refuses to move out ( property settlement)?
     
  2. AllForHer

    AllForHer Well-Known Member

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    Your best bet is to have everything written down into an agreement and then made into consent orders through the court. This will make the intended property settlement legally binding so that the court can hold a person in contravention if any of the orders are not fulfilled. You can do this yourselves. See the Family Court website here: If you agree about property and finance
     
  3. Darren barrett

    Darren barrett Active Member

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    At mediation it was agreed that I had 2 months to sort out my finances and to try and buy her out. I have them sorted them out and the loan has been approved. I want to move back in ASAP. I worried she is going to drag this out
     

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