Financial & Prenuptial Agreements

Financial & Prenuptial Agreements

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Tiyce & Lawyers can provide you with expert advice and support for any financial and prenuptial (prenup) agreements, whether made before, during or after separation.

Parties to a de facto, married or same sex relationship are now able to enter into agreements prior to, during, or after marriage under the Family Law Act.  These are highly technical documents which we have significant experience negotiating, preparing and concluding to provide you with piece of mind that your interests are protected.

Agreements like these, which establish the manner in which parties agree to settle their property issues, require specialist legal advice, as they can mean you agree to opt out of the provisions of the Family Law Act.

It’s also worth noting that a financial agreement can be set aside by the Family Court if it does not satisfy the specific legislative requirements of the Court.

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To make sure your agreement is sound and meets your needs, contact us to discuss it.

Call 1300 084 923 or use the confidential form on this page.

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