Separation, divorce & super

We can help you manage the complexity of splitting up one of your biggest assets – your super.

When a relationship ends, you can plan a new future

Separation or divorce can be financially devastating, so it’s important to understand and manage the impact it can have on your finances. 

Parents with dependent children can find it particularly difficult to recover their income after a divorce if they’re combining paid work and even more family responsibilities. For many, keeping super saving going with a limited income can be a big challenge.

What you can do

The end of a relationship doesn’t have to mean the end of your financial plans. It means you need a new financial plan. While it will involve adjusting to your new situation, there are a few important things you can do to stay on track:.

*The financial advice you receive will be provided under the Australian Financial Services Licence held by a third party and is therefore not the responsibility of AustralianSuper. With your approval, a fee may be charged if a Statement of Advice is produced.
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