Fairly divide up your money and property

amica makes it easy to divide your money and property in a way that works for both of you.

First, follow the steps to list what you own

Enter information about your relationship, your family situation, and your money and property.

Get reminders about what to include such as real estate, superannuation, vehicles, savings, debts and financial or non-financial contributions you made in your relationship.

Tick off items as you go, and see your progress. Use amica’s in-built messaging to check queries with each other, and upload documents to verify your information.

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Divide your money and property with amica’s help

amica uses artificial intelligence to calculate how to divide your money and property fairly. It takes into account your circumstances, similar circumstances and what the court would consider in situations like yours.

We’ll give you a suggestion of the percentages for splitting your money and property, for example a 55%/45% split. You can choose to accept our suggestion, or you can use it as a starting point to reach an agreement between yourselves.

Once you both agree, we’ll guide you through how to divide your money and property. You can select what you would like to happen to each item, and you both get a say at each step in the process.

We’ll write it down for you, so you can move on

amica saves and writes down everything you have agreed on. Once you’re finished you can download a copy of your written agreement to refer to later on.

We charge a small fee for creating documents, you can see all the prices here. If you are on income support, amica is free.

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Create your own documents to apply to the courts

This step is optional. If you want to apply for a court order to confirm what you have agreed on, amica can transfer your information into the court application documents for you.

We give you all the information you need to download the full documents, ready to file with the court (including in WA, where the court forms are a bit different).

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