15 Court may award lump sum payments or order transfer of property
(1) This section applies if, on the division of relationship property, the court is satisfied that, after the marriage, civil union,or de facto relationship ends, the income and living standards of one spouse or partner (party B) are likely to be significantly higher than the other spouse or partner (party A) because of the effects of the division of functions within the marriage, civil union, or de facto relationship while the parties were living together.
(2) In determining whether or not to make an order under this section, the court may have regard to—
(a) the likely earning capacity of each spouse or partner:
(b) the responsibilities of each spouse or partner for the ongoing daily care of any minor or dependent children of the marriage, civil union, or de facto relationship:
(c) any other relevant circumstances.
(3) If this section applies, the court, if it considers it just, may, for the purpose of compensating party A,—
(a) order party B to pay party A a sum of money out of party B’s relationship property:
(b) order party B to transfer to party A any other property out of party B’s relationship property.