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Valuation is a mandatory step for court orders when splitting superannuation. The method and factors for valuation are prescribed by the Family Law (Superannuation) Regulations 2001. In the growth phase, there is a three step process:

1. Obtain the gross value
2. Deduct earlier splits
3. Deduct surcharge liability

In the payment phase there is a two step process:

1. Obtain the gross value
2. Deduct earlier splits

Both of these require obtaining the gross value. The gross value is determined by a prescribed actuarial formula.

The trustee may apply for a plan specific method and factors where the default factors produce results not in keeping with plan design. Click here for more information.


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NOTE: We require monies in our trust account prior to commencing work

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Superannuation funds allow members and non-members to apply to the fund for information for family law purposes. The application form to obtain this information is commonly known as a ‘Form 6’.
Click here to create a ready-made Form 6 to print and send to the relevant fund.

Once the fund has provided a response to the Form 6, SuperSplitting may value the superannuation interest in accordance with the Family Law (Superannuation) Regulations.
Please contact us to order a valuation or if you require further information

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