Trusted Family Lawyers to form a Binding Financial Agreement in NSW and Victoria

Although we don’t like to think that something might go wrong, relationships can sometimes break down and, if we don’t have appropriate safeguards in place, one or both people in the couple may be at risk of losing their assets.

Creating some sort of binding financial agreement is especially important when children are involved, as it makes steps to ensure they will not be left in the lurch. Secure their futures by agreeing on settlement terms while you are amicable with each other – before anything goes wrong.

A binding financial agreement could include anything from a pre- or post-nuptial agreement or cohabitation agreement, to separation or divorce settlements. They can be made between anyone in a relationship, including de facto or already married couples. No matter which stage you are in your relationship, protect your assets and investments and relax.

In-depth legal processes that will see you through the tough times

Gain peace-of-mind with a thorough agreement. We will work with both you and your spouse (whether current or future) to organise an agreement that works in both of your favour. Our lawyers have many years of experience in the field of family law – in fact, it’s now the only thing we practice – and, as such, we are able to offer a precise and knowledgeable approach.

Boasting expertise at the level of Australian law, we also tailor our advice to each state, to ensure you receive the highest level of quality. We know that every situation is different and are able to provide you pinpointed advice to ensure your needs are met.

Contact our law film for more information

For more advice – or to set up a free initial consultation session – please do not hesitate to contact our Sydney, NSW or Melbourne, Victoria law firms. We are more than happy to assist you with your agreement and to answer any questions you may have, in our trademark professional and warm manner.

For any questions, call (02) 9186 8135 in Sydney, or (03) 9993 7184 in Melbourne.