Cobb Law can help you draw up a Binding Financial Agreement before, during or after your marriage or de facto relationship. Binding Financial Agreements save arguments, confusion and spiralling legal costs if couples separate.
Binding Financial Agreements are covered under the Family Law Act 1975. The different types of financial agreements include:
The different types of financial arrangements available under the Family Law Act 1975 may be used for the following arrangements:
Cobb Law has the Mediation and Dispute Resolution expertise to help our clients get the best outcome with a minimum of stress and cost. Our independent, fully trained mediator will negotiate from a position of knowledge and trust on your behalf and ensure that you understand your rights and responsibilities throughout the entire process.
Both parties must seek independent legal advice before signing to ensure their agreement is legally binding. Keep in mind, however, that Binding Financial Agreements are not a court order and may be set aside by a court of law if the agreement is deemed to breach equitable contractual principles. A court must also be used in disputes about the validity, enforcement or termination of a Binding Financial Agreement and may grant contractual remedies.
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