A financial agreement is an agreement made between de facto or married (including same sex) couples. The Agreement is entered into before, during, or after the relationship and sets out how the couple’s assets, financial resources, inheritances and liabilities will be divided in the event that their relationship breaks down. 

A financial agreement can deal with any present or future property, superannuation entitlements, inheritance, maintenance of a party, child support, or any other related financial matter.

Our experienced family law team can assist if;

  • you would like to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of entering into a binding financial agreement;
  • you would like us to assist in negotiating and concluding a financial agreement;
  • you have already entered into a financial agreement and would like to discuss that agreement, its implementation, or termination; or
  • you are wanting to enter into a financial agreement or commence litigation relating to a financial agreement.

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