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Assets

Assets can include any item of significant value owned in the relationship. Assets owned by parties not directly involved in the relationship, by companies or under trust should not be included in the calculations.

Assets can also include items of sentimental value for example cemetery plots, photographs, memorabilia and pets.

See the list below for examples of assets.

Family home
Investment property / Land
Vehicles
Investments / Stocks
Jewellery
Savings / Cash
Memberships
Timeshares
Artwork
Electronics
Machinery / Equipment
Mutual funds / Bonds
Holiday homes
Business property
Home furnishings
Collectibles / Antiques
Boats
Recreational vehicles
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Total Assets

$0.00

Liabilities

Liabilities should also be considered during separation.

Mortgages
Student loans
Personal loans
Car loans
Credit cards
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Total Liabilities

$0.00

Total Net Assets

$0.00

Superannuation

Superannuation is considered an asset of the relationship. Take into consideration the value of your own and your partner’s superannuation.

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Total Superannuation

$0.00

Total Superannuation & Net Assets

$0.00
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  • $
  • $0.00
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  • $
  • $0.00

Disclaimer: This calculator is indicative only. Mediation aims to divide assets and liabilities fairly between both parties. Your separation process may differ.