Money is more than just notes and coins. For some, money represents security, it can be used as a weapon, and apart from the kids, is the thing many divorcing couples fight about most often.
Agreeing on a fair and equitable split early on means you can start again with more dollars in your pocket. But how do both parties navigate this successfully?
Jack Whelan, barrister and mediator, founder of The Separation Guide
Kate McCallum, financial advisor and author of The Joy of Money
Tricia Peters, financial advisor, director of MELCA, family dispute resolution
Rachel Voysey, principal psychologist, The Relationship Room, Sydney