The time it takes to get a divorce will vary, depending on the stage of the process that you are up to. If you’ve only recently split up and separated, then you must be separated for at least 12 months and one day before you can apply for a divorce.

If you and your former spouse are unable to agree on how your property and assets may be split, parenting arrangements or any other matters, then you need resolve these problems as part of your divorce.

A lot of things need to be taken into consideration when divorcing someone, however, if you and your former partner have been able to agree on everything and have been separated for 12 months, the divorce could take as little as 4 months.

Once we discuss your particular circumstances, we can give you a more accurate estimation of how long it may take for your divorce to be complete.

Find out more about the divorce process in Australia here.

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