Binding Financial agreements (also known as financial agreements) can be entered into before a couple commences cohabiting, while they are living together, before they are married (sometimes referred to as a “pre-nuptial” agreement) or after a relationship has ended.

It is important to be aware that the law sets out a number of requirements when entering into financial agreements, including a requirement for independent legal advice and mutual financial disclosure. There are also requirements regarding geography, time, and the qualitative aspects of a relationship that need to be taken into account. If a financial agreement is not drafted properly and formally entered into, it may not be legally binding.

If you require assistance with a Binding Financial Agreement (BFA), contact Family Lawyers – Claire Naidu & Co, Lawyers and Mediators.

Claire Naidu & Co has extensive expertise and experience in this complex area of law.  They are discreet and able to provide confidential advice to suit your individual needs.

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