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If they both reached an agreement as to who got what, then that should define ownership until such time as a court makes contrary orders.
Your son therefore does not simply have to give her whatever she wants.
That said, unless their agreement was formalised in consultation with lawyers, as is required under the Family Law Act, it is possible for either party to apply to the court to redistribute either parties assets to the other. When considering such an application, the court redistributes assets as necessary to achieve what it regards ***** ***** fair outcome taking into account various factors. However, until the court makes such orders, your son is prima face entitled to whatever they previously agreed he was entitled to.
I trust the above assists your understanding.
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