Financial Agreements can be entered into before or during de facto relationships/marriage, after separation or after divorce. Financial Agreements before marriage are also known as ‘pre-nuptial’ agreements.
A Financial Agreement can cover:
- property and financial settlement (including superannuation entitlements)
- financial resources, and/or spousal maintenance of the parties or
- issues incidental to those matters.
A Legally Binding Financial Agreement means that:
- both parties need independent legal advice in relation to a Financial Agreement and
- a Solicitor must complete a Certificate confirming they have given a party advice.
For information about consent orders and court orders please contact our office on 9550 4600.