FLP2 Property, Maintenance and Child Support
This subject deals with property and financial matters such as spousal maintenance, child support and superannuation splitting. It aims to provide a strong foundation for practising in this area of family law, assuming that you may already have a reasonable familiarity with the basic principles of the subject.
The subject covers the issues most commonly encountered by family law practitioners in everyday practice. A later advanced subject deals with topics which are less frequently encountered in practice.
Topics in this subject include:
- Conducting the four-steps of analysis in section 79 matters
- An overview of the ways of finalising a property settlement agreement, including drafting the various documents
- Taxation issues in property agreements and orders
- Superannuation splitting
- An introduction to child support
- Spousal maintenance
- Ethics in family property law matters
How to enrol
1. Download and read the Program Manual (PDF).
This document contains all the terms and conditions relating to your enrolment at The College of Law.
2. Decide on your program and initial subject/s
3. Enrol online