In this informative video, Associate Sophie Goosens explores the concept of “wastage” in family law proceedings and how it can impact property settlement matters. She explains what wastage means, including examples of how it can occur, such as excessive gambling, drug use, or reckless spending.

Wastage of matrimonial assets can significantly impact the outcome of a property settlement matter, and Sophie provides practical advice on what individuals can do if they suspect wastage has occurred. She suggests gathering evidence to support your case and seeking legal advice from a family law expert to determine the best course of action.

The video emphasizes the importance of being informed and taking action if wastage of matrimonial assets is suspected. Sophie also explains how wastage can be taken into consideration during the property settlement process, highlighting the court’s power to make adjustments in favor of the non-wasting party.

At Ramsden Lawyers, we understand the importance of protecting your assets and ensuring a fair and equitable property settlement. Our team of experienced family lawyers can help you navigate the complex world of family law and provide the guidance and support needed to achieve a favorable outcome.

In conclusion, Associate Sophie Goosens’ informative video provides valuable insights into the concept of wastage in family law proceedings and its impact on property settlement matters. It emphasizes the importance of being informed and taking action if wastage of matrimonial assets is suspected, and seeking legal advice from a family law expert to determine the best course of action. If you’re dealing with a property settlement matter and suspect wastage of matrimonial assets, the team at Ramsden Lawyers is here to provide the expert guidance and support you need.

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