KDK Family Law is thrilled to announce the promotion of Joshua Sampson to the role of Associate, a significant step forward in our commitment to delivering unparalleled family law services in Claremont, Perth, Western Australia. In this article, we delve into the distinctive qualities that Joshua brings to our esteemed team and the enriching impact he has on our clients.
Where the husband seeks an extension of time to appeal from a superannuation splitting order made by consent in 2021 – Where the husband contends the splitting order is void as the primary judge allegedly failed to determine the value of the parties’ superannuation interest pursuant to s 90XT(2) of the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) – Where the primary judge implicitly accepted the parties’ agreed value of the superannuation interest was the appropriate method to determine its value – Where, in any event, the husband would need to persuade the Court hearing the appeal that a materially different result favouring him may have ensued – Where there is no adequate explanation for the husband’s delay – Prejudice to the wife – Application dismissed.
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