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Family law judgements

Family law judgements

By Robert Glade-Wright & Craig Nicol

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Property In isolating a contribution to a specific asset in a global approach, court failed to heed risk of ignoring contributions that lacked such a nexus In Hurst & Hurst [2018] FamCAFC 146 (8 August 2018) the Full Court (Thackray, Ainslie-Wallace & Murphy JJ) heard the wife’s appeal against a property order relating to a 38-year marriage where the husband inherited land 14 years before trial (“the Suburb C property”). The land was worth $400,000 when acquired but $1.82 million at trial. The parties had three children. The youngest child (aged 13) and the eldest, an adult child with psychiatric issues, lived with the wife.

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