A defacto Agreement (sometimes known as a “pr=e-nup”) is a private agreement that couples are able to enter into to deal with financial and property matters.
The Family Law Act 1975 provides for parties to a marriage or defacto relationship to enter into a binding legal agreement about the financial arrangements should their marriage or defacto relationship break down. … You can make a financial agreement before, during or after a marriage or defacto relationship. the event of a relationship breakdown.
Table of contents
- Separate property.
- Joint property.
- During the defacto relationship.
- Division of property in the event of breakdown of the defacto relationship.
- Independent legal advice.
- Claims for provision out of the estate of a deceased party.
- Governing law and jurisdiction.
- Further assurance.
A Binding Financial Agreement-defacto is for parties who are already in a defacto relationship.
14 pages long.