Binding Financial Agreement After De Facto Relationship

Binding Financial Agreement – Under Section 90UD of the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth)

A binding financial agreement pursuant to section 90UD of the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) is an agreement by two parties on how the property of  both of parties is to be dealt with. A well-drafted financial agreement, will cover issues of financial settlement, financial support and any incidental issues arising after the breakdown of a de facto relationship.

It is important to note, that drafting a financial agreement is complex and the couple needs to be clear about what they want in agreement.  Therefore, to be legally binding, the financial agreement needs to be signed after both parties have received independent legal and financial advice before signing.

This full-featured solution is adaptable to suit your unique circumstances and needs.

Online Price: AUD$990.00 (including review and advise by a solicitor for up to two hours)

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