A de facto relationship can be defined in a number of ways and can exist in a number of circumstances.
It is not always the case that the parties need to have lived together for two years to establish that they were in fact in a de facto relationship. The Court can look to several factors to establish that a de facto relationship did exist. What classifies as a de facto relationship may vary from couple to couple.
It is necessary to establish whether you are in a de facto relationship, to determine what your rights are for property settlement.
If you are unsure about your relationship status and would like to investigate or better understand your property settlement entitlements, our specialised team is able to assist you by calling our office on 0246554224 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.