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The treatment of claims by a party in property settlement proceedings that expenditure and payments by the other party should be added back to the matrimonial property pool was always controversial but became particularly so after the High Court’s decision in Stanford v Stanford. 

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The treatment of claims by a party in property settlement proceedings that expenditure and payments by the other party should be added back to the matrimonial property pool was always controversial but became particularly so after the High Court’s decision in Stanford v Stanford.  In this program, Heidi Menkes, from Pearson Emerson Family Law in Sydney, looks at the principles the family courts applied to claims for add backs prior to Stanford, the initial effect of the High Court decision, and then subsequent cases which ultimately re-established and restated the principles applying to such claims.

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Heidi Menkes
Partner & Accredited Family Law Specialist, Pearson Emerson Family Law Sydney, NSW

Heidi is an Accredited Family Law Specialist having practised exclusively in the area of family law since 2008.

Heidi has extensive experience in a wide range of family law matters ranging from complex property matters including high net worth individuals, trust structures and complex corporate structures, to spousal maintenance, financial agreements, matters involving third parties, child support and parenting.

Heidi has a particular interest in complex parenting matters that involve an international element and has been involved in a number of successful Hague Convention and international relocation matters.

Doyle's Guide recognised Heidi as a Rising Star in family law in the Australian legal market for 2020.

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