The Family Law Act  allows married and de facto couples to enter into private Financial Agreements that do not need the review of the Court. Financial Agreements can deal with how couples intend to divide their property and superannuation in the event of separation or after separation has occurred.


Financial agreements can be entered into:-

          Before marriage (also known as pre-nuptial agreements) or before living together;

          During marriage or during the de facto relationship;

          After separation; or

          After divorce.


Financial Agreements are very technical documents and can only be completed with solicitor involvement.


Whether you are contemplating having an agreement prepared, your spouse has given you one to consider or you have entered an agreement and have now separated, Lynch Law can provide you with advice at any stage of the agreement process.

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