"Pre-nuptial", "Cohabitation" and /or "Separation" Agreements
Binding Financial Agreements can be made before, during or after a marriage or de facto relationship.
A Binding Financial Agreement may address issues of property settlement, entitlements to financial resources, superannuation splitting (for married couples in W.A. only) and spousal maintenance.
Binding Financial Agreements provide certainty and the ability to protect assets and financial resources following a relationship breakdown. They may also avoid expensive and time-consuming court proceedings following separation.
Both parties require Certificates of Independent Legal Advice before signing a Binding Financial Agreement. DS Family Law provides services to our clients through both the preparation and review of Binding Financial Agreements.