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Seperation Certificate

Discussion in 'Accounting, Tax & Legal' started by k-girl, 12th Oct, 2006.

  1. k-girl

    k-girl Active Member

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    HI,

    Has anyone had to go through the process of getting a seperation certificate after breaking up with their partner?

    If so can you give me any idea of price and the process involved?

    If you are in Brisbane can you recommend any good lawyers?

    Thanks so much,

    K-girl
     
  2. ramone_johnny

    ramone_johnny Well-Known Member

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    Hey there you! I know a pretty face when I see one :D

    K-girl I have been using Richard Zande and associates for years now out at Ipswich way. Theyre solicitors/lawyers and are absolutely fantastic!

    Ask for Richard Junior (he works with his dad)

    He might recall me if you mention John from egaragesales.com.au ;)

    Heres the number.

    Address: 49 Ellenborough St, Ipswich 4305
    Telephone: (07) 3281 1633

    Best of luck!

    RJ
     
  3. k-girl

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    Hiya RJ

    Nice to hear from you - I was getting a bit worried about you. You might want to send me a PM. I'd like to talk to you a bit more in private.

    Regards,
    K
     
  4. k-girl

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    RJ,
    I made the call.

    I have an appt set up for today. Thanks!

    He said nice things about you................. :D

    Regards,
    K
     
  5. ramone_johnny

    ramone_johnny Well-Known Member

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    Thats because Ive spent a ***** load of money with him! :D

    Will PM you later - off to have some lunch and shoot some hoops! Gotta get some fresh air. :p

    RJ
     
  6. coopranos

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    awww come on guys, get a room!
     
  7. k-girl

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    Hey Coop,

    RJ is WAYYYYYYYY too old for me ;)
     
  8. ramone_johnny

    ramone_johnny Well-Known Member

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    What? Im only 33! :confused:

    RJ
     
  9. k-girl

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    You are????? :eek:

    Wow I thought you were in your 50's :eek:
     
  10. Chris.R_WA

    Chris.R_WA Well-Known Member

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    hahahaha, what a funny thread! You QLDers crack me up :D
     
  11. ramone_johnny

    ramone_johnny Well-Known Member

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    Does this look 50 to you?

    RJ
     

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    ramone_johnny Well-Known Member

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    What the hell was this thread about anyway?

    RJ
     
  13. coopranos

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    bwahahahahahaha!!
    your pic is obviously doing you wonders RJ! maybe flex a little harder mate!
    Looks like he is back in your league K-Girl!
    I hear every good relationship starts off with exchanging lawyer's phone numbers!!!!

    bwahahah this is awesome!
     
  14. coopranos

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    I am pretty sure someone was trying to pick someone up, RJ, not sure though! :D :D :D
     
  15. Chris.R_WA

    Chris.R_WA Well-Known Member

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    I've never heard of a "separation certificate" anyway. Over here in WA - we just have breakups. Good, old fashioned "nice to have met you, have a nice life"
     
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    Poor K-girl...thread has been severely hijacked!
     
  17. k-girl

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    LOL

    RJ are you trying to pick me up? ;)

    Heres the thing.....

    Your pic is very fuzzy and makes you look kinda old :(

    Maybe you should update it :D
     
  18. k-girl

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    Well Chris, I'm kinda not sure what it is either :confused:

    My ex and I recently broke up and we are dividing up the spoils of our accumulated property. Anyhoo, the property he wants is in both of our names as is the mortgage and apparently I need something called a seperation certificate to show we are no longer together so my name can be removed from the mortgage and title. It also stops any further claims by either of us or our heirs making claim to the divided spoils. Confused? :confused: Me too!

    BTW anyone know where all the nice guys are hiding?
     
  19. coopranos

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    Chris mate, you obviously dont live in Gosnells!
    Here we have "nice to have met you and fathered 6 of your 10 children, the domestic violence and drunken rampages were a real blast. I am taking the ford falcon with the door I smashed in with a golf club (sentimental reasons) and you can have the gemeni with the 16 difference colours on it. All our other earthly possessions orginally belonged to our neighbours, so we will just put it back on their curbs for the next curbside collection, as that is where we got it in the first place. I think overall it has been a successful relationship, with both of us really growing as people, but unfortunately we just grew apart (as witnessed by the fact there are now 6 less window panes than when we first moved in). Please say goodbye to our neighbours for me, as I havent had a chance to catch up with them since they had to testify against me at court. We have been through a lot together - getting completely hammered on Grand Final day, you running around on our neighbours roof, me running down the street after kids on bikes brandishing a golf club, I will never forget how you did your best to distract the police from stunn gunning me for the 9th time by pretending to fall down dead in the middle of the road.
    I wish you all the best for the future, and should be around to yell abuse at you and the rest of the street on a weekly basis.
    So long."
     
  20. coopranos

    coopranos Well-Known Member

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    From what I understand from my parent's divorce years ago, you go to court (or your lawyers do) and they list all the assets, whose is whose, they give you a court order, you take that to your lender and they take your name of the mortgage, and should advise (and require) how to get your name off the titles. you may be able to do it without court though??...