Superannuation is dealt with in a number of ways in a divorce and we have had changes to the law which have now been in place for about 15 years. Superannuation is dealt with in a divorce by first getting it valued and because there is no superannuation scheme that everyone is a member of, there are a number of schemes, they all need to be valued and they all have different ways and formulas for the valuation of those schemes. So, once you’ve got it valued, you put it into the pool with your property, bank accounts and motor vehicles etcetera and then you are able to establish what the pool is worth and then you can actually start dividing it up in accordance with what’s fair and reasonable.