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What happens to your super in a divorce? 

Divorce or separation can be emotionally draining and stressful as it is, but the legal and financial responsibilities you also need to think about add an extra burden to dealing with the spit. One key area that needs to be considered to protect your financial future is your superannuation and what happens to it after your divorce.

The superannuation splitting law treats superannuation as a different type of property. This means that like any other asset it can be divided between partners who were in a marriage or de facto relationships either through:

Splitting the super does not automatically give you a cash asset as it is still subject to superannuation laws.

There are three main options for dealing with your super in a split:

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