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Think about it. If you engage a law firm to draft your document, first you will need a face to face meeting to flesh out the details. Your lawyer will ask: What you own? What you owe? When you intend to marry? And; who gets what? Your lawyer will require your: bank details; account balances; […]

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A prenup or prenuptial agreement is a common term given to an agreement made before marriage. In Australia, a prenup is known more correctly as a Financial Agreement.  Financial Agreements are available to married, as well as de facto, couples, and at all stages of a relationship. Some of the benefits of the advantages of […]

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However it is a sure sign of the strength and determination of your relationship when you can discuss the practical and unromantic aspects of your relationship openly and honestly. What does this mean for you? Should you ever separate, you can refer to your Financial Agreement and save yourself the stress, heartache and cost of […]

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When children know that their parents have talked about what’s best for them, and that a plan is written down, they are likely to feel cared for and safer. If your children can predict the shape of their lives and know that you will keep the adult issues between adults, they will be able to […]

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When to use this agreement Couples living together in Western Australia deserve the security of a mutually agreed contract (Cohabitation Agreement western Australia) in writing for their own protection. In the event of a breakdown in the relationship or the death of a partner, a Financial Agreement (also known as a Cohabitation agreement) will help […]

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The decision to live with ones partner is often made with little consideration to the rights that each person has with respect to money and property. A recent legal victory for same sex lobby groups has secured in legislation that same sex relationships are now recognised under Australian Law. From the 1st March 2009 amendments […]

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Couples intending to get married should define their relationship with a Prenuptial Agreement under section 90B of the act. Your Cohabitation agreement becomes a legal expression of your intent as de facto partners – you can define how you intend to divide your assets and maintain any children you may have. It is intended to […]

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The temptation to avoid discussing topics such as breaking up and death is understandable. However it is a sure sign of the strength and determination of your relationship when you can discuss the practical and unromantic aspects of your relationship openly and honestly. Drafting a Financial Agreement together whilst the relationship is strong is more […]

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A Financial Agreement removes the need to enter extended litigation following a relationship breakdown. This is because it prevents the parties from going to Court for orders relating to the assets and liabilities covered in the agreement. For just $ our Binding Post Nuptial Financial Agreement kit gives you the framework for a compliant Post […]

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A Financial Agreement removes the need to enter extended litigation following a relationship breakdown. This is because it prevents the parties from going to Court for orders relating to the assets and liabilities covered in the agreement. For just our Binding Post Nuptial Financial Agreement kit gives you the framework for a compliant Post Nuptial […]

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