A man who split from his former wife in Australia and had to give the family farm to her said it was a 'kick in the guts' after the court ordered him to dig up his parents' graves in the farm. The Family Court ordered that his former wife retains the family farm where the man's parents were buried. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the man, given the pseudonym 'Mr Moss' by the court, had to demolish the memorial garden he had established, which included removing headstones over buried urns containing his mother's and father's ashes. 'Mr Moss' and his former wife, known as Mrs Moss, 'desperately wanted' the sole right to the southern highlands property, the report said. But Justice Stewart Austin cited the 'transportability of [her] husband's mementoes' as weighing in Mrs Moss's favour when deciding who should get the farm when their joint assets were carved up, the report added. While the property had much sentimental value to Mr Moss, the ashes were not interred and the headstones were not immovably fixed, Justice Austin said. Mr Moss was given 14 days to dig up the urns and remove the headstones and a bronze bust of his father. "It's a kick in the guts," he said, adding: "It's not just a block of land or a piece of dirt - it was my parents' home." According to the report, when his father died in 2002, Mr Moss began creating a memorial garden. And when his mother died six years later, her funeral was held in the garden and her ashes buried next to her husband's. Mr and Mrs Moss separated in August 2010, although they continued to live together at the property with their two children until April last year, the report said. Mr Moss said that he hoped he could buy another land and bury his parents' ashes there, it added.Source: ANI << Research Finds Increased Risk of High Blood Pressure from St... Household Chemical Tied to Heart Disease >> Recommended Reading How to Save your marriage You can save your marriage - even when your partner insists on a divorce. READ MORE Divorce: Pros and Cons Divorce can be traumatic for children and create a sense of insecurity amongst them. Couples should realize that joined parenting is important even after divorce. READ MORE Infidelity Infidelity is no longer seen as a midlife crisis alone because younger people are beginning to cheat on their spouses READ MORE Divorce App Helps Couples Tackle Separation Divorce app - a new application helps couples through the painful process of separation. READ MORE How to Handle Depression and Stress while Going Through a Divorce? Divorce or breakup can be stressful and cause anxiety, depression and panic. Simple ways can help you deal with depression triggered by loss of marriage. READ MORE Most Popular on Medindia Find a Doctor Turmeric Powder - Health Benefits, Uses & Side Effects Selfie Addiction Calculator More News on: How to Save your marriageDivorce: Pros and ConsHow to Handle Depression and Stress while Going Through a Divorce?