Adjustments to an equal division

This page deals with the adjustments being made after an equal (50:50) division of the relationship property pool has been calculated. In other words, after the equalisation adjustments on the previous page, the adjustments on this page can change the allocation in the pool from 50:50 to some other proportion.
Please note that the Section 15 adjustment and any maintenance offset below, should refer to the same person (whether Person A or Person B. You choose).

Adjustments to an equal division
2
Adjustment
Who receives the adjustment?
Amount / Value
1
Section 15 (if any)
Person A
$2.00
2
Maintenance offset (if any)
Person A
-$1.00
There are no rows in this table
$1.00
Sum

Outcome

On the basis of the inputs you have made:

Person A receives
an equal share of the pool of
$0.00
adjusted for
$1.00
to bring the total to
$1.00
.
This value will be received by Person A in the form of (i) the net assets allocated as their share of the pool (being a value of
0
as noted at table
) and (ii) cash
received from
Person B of
$1.00
.

Person B receives
an equal share of the pool of
$0.00
adjusted for
-$1.00
to bring the total to
-$1.00
.
This value will be received by Person B in the form of (i) the net assets allocated as their share of the pool (being a value of
0
as noted at table
) and (ii) cash
paid to
Person A of
-$1.00
.

Undivided assets (which should be $nil) is currently set at:
$0.00
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