We charge a simple fixed fee of $300 (including GST). This is usually much cheaper than doing it yourself, because even if you do manage to gather everything on your own, it will still take your lawyer many hours of work to collate and prepare it by hand.
We like to deliver on the same day, but will guarantee to have disclosure information and documents available within 3 working days from when you providing us with your authority and bank connections.
No. But we’ll take that as a compliment.
We provide 3 years of income tax returns and assessments, superannuation accounts and reported balances, 12 months of bank statements and details and value estimates for real estate and vehicles. In other words, the key disclosure documents required for most people, and the ones that are usually the hardest to get.
We can provide tax returns, Business Activity Statements, bank statements, ATO account balance, an ABN search, and a company director and shareholders search for each company. We charge $200 per entity or $100 per sole trader, and - like everything else - it appears on your dashboard in hours. Perfect if you have a small business.
Yes - with their consent of course. 1-Click Disclosure is twice as good when both sides use it. Bear in mind that 1-Click Disclosure is designed to enable people to willingly meet their disclosure obligations; it is delivered as a direct engagement with the client, with their full authority and consent. It can’t get private information on the other side without their consent. We created this as something for clients to use by choice - not as a forensic tool to unearth hidden assets from those not doing the right thing.
If you are working with a lawyer and they refer you, they can take care of everything as a disbursement for your matter. If you are not working with a lawyer, we'll just send you an invoice when we deliver.
If you're working with a lawyer, just tell them that you'd like to use 1-Click Disclosure and they can make the request. If you're not working with a lawyer, you can request disclosure directly here.
Yes. Not only can you add and update items yourself as needed, but we’ll soon be launching the ability to refresh balances and documents automatically with a single click, as many times as you need to.
Absolutely. Our bank statement technology is built on Illion’s BankStatements platform, which is used by thousands of lenders and brokers. Data is protected with bank level 256-bit encryption, secured by 2048-bit keys and only provided to Adieu. We use Amazon Web Services (AWS) for data storage and identity and access management, on servers located in Australia. AWS complies with ISO 27018, a code of practice that focuses on protection of personal data in the cloud.
Our data storage is exclusively provided via servers located within Australia and is not disclosed to overseas recipients.
1-Click Disclosure complies with the Australian Privacy Principles in how we collect, use and disclose personal information. The APPs are the cornerstone of the privacy protection framework in the Privacy Act 1988. We only disclose information to the you and - with your written authorisation - your lawyer, for the purpose of providing an exceptional experience in meeting your disclosure obligations. We never share, sell or use a your information in any other way that would benefit us and not you.
We only retain documents for the life of the matter, in order to provide our service. At the conclusion of the matter, we permanently destroy any documents we hold, in compliance with APESB standards for public accounting practices for non-complex, compilation services.
We are a social enterprise that helps separating families find their best way forward. We provide both pro bono and profit-for-purpose services to create sustainable, scalable and purposeful change.
We were named Innovator of the Year in the 2020 Australian Accounting Awards and were winners of the ALMPA/LexisNexis Thought Leadership Award. We're recipients of the Impact Investing Australia Growth Grant, the Federal Government’s Accelerating Commercialisation Grant and the Queensland Government’s Ignite Innovation Fund. We’ve been featured by Lawyers Weekly, ABC Radio, Nine News, Today Extra, The Courier Mail and The Sunday Mail.
Adieu is currently the focus of a research project with the University of Newcastle, led by Professor Tania Sourdin, Dean of Law and Foundation Chair and Director Australian Centre for Justice Innovation.
The sheer absurdity that family lawyers and paralegals face every day when dealing with financial disclosure. We've even created an art project called THE JOY OF DISCLOSURE that parodies it.