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Property - spending company $ post separation

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blue12 View Drop Down

Joined: 18/December/2017
Location: Australia
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    Posted: 19/December/2017 at 16:44
Hi, has anyone been through court with the issue of their ex spending the family company money post separation for their own personal benefit? There is hundreds of thousands of dollars involved. He is trying to clean the company out to make it worthless. My understanding is that they don't do 'add backs' anymore but if you can prove the spending, prove that it's from pre separation money and you're not getting any benefit, then it can be taken into consideration? Any experiences in court out there? Thanks.

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Joined: 09/July/2013
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  Quote DoogleMcFroogle Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20/December/2017 at 10:14
Yes - taken into consideration - talk to a lawyer.

Master Dong View Drop Down

Joined: 18/August/2017
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  Quote Master Dong Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21/January/2018 at 10:36
How about you let him go to continue with his company??

You start your new life, let him start his.

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