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Hi Folks ,

The oppositions solicitor has recommended super splitting "when an amount becomes payable" and based on an amount of $13,000 now.

What does this mean exactly?

Ideally for me due to my circumstances I would rather see the opposition keep super and reduce the payout on the family home.


When splitting super, you normally have two choices. Split the super fund now, or split it when it becomes payable at retirement. Depending on your age, or the working life you have left, would depend which is the better option. Normally, splitting the super at separation is the way to go.

As for the $13,000 - that could represent a share(percentage) of the super, or as a value guide to work on with inflation etc. Would need more info to answer in detail.

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