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Pom1964 View Drop Down
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  Quote Pom1964 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: Superannuation
    Posted: 02/November/2018 at 14:48
Hi new to this site so thank you for any replies.
I’ve been divorced since 2013 very messy divorce we never went to court to split anything I was just given an amount which was fine.
But I got a payout but at the time I was very ill and no fight in me.
All I’m wanting to know can you apply to go for his super till day of divorce now or is it to late I’m in Western Australia.

Edited by Pom1964 - 02/November/2018 at 14:50

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  Quote citizen-joe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02/November/2018 at 15:06
Probably too late unless a very good (read very expensive court case) can be made as to why an out of time settlement should be made. On top of that you need to win the application for the out of time case and then win the settlement case by proving that the amount received was insufficient taking into account the total assets at the time and their valuation back in 2013. To do that you will probably need to engage an expert valuer as a witness who can satisfy the court that he is able to do valuations of items that may not exist now in their form then and come up with proof of his valuation.

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  Quote Pom1964 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02/November/2018 at 15:08
Thank you.

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