Finally, before making an order, the courts will consider whether, after considering all of the circumstances, it is just and equitable to make the order. The courts will not make an order unless it is satisfied as to this.

In most cases the court will be satisfied because of how it has made its decision, but not always. The existence of this step prevents the court from making a decision which makes sense based upon the contributions and needs of the parties, and yet is nevertheless unfair or inappropriate in the circumstances.

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