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Defacto

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

  1. Separate property.
  2. Joint property.
  3. During the defacto relationship.
  4. Separation.
  5. Division of property in the event of breakdown of the defacto relationship.
  6. Independent legal advice.
  7. Taxes.
  8. Claims for provision out of the estate of a deceased party.
  9. Notices.
  10. Governing law and jurisdiction.
  11. Further assurance.

Execution page.

ANNEXURE A..

ANNEXURE B..

ANNEXURE C..

A Binding Financial Agreement-defacto is for parties who are already in a defacto relationship.

14 pages long.

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