At the commencement of a relationship, or anytime during its course, you may wish to put something in place with your partner that offers you financial protection if the relationship breaks down. A financial agreement is one way to approach these arrangements. Stacks can provide advice about the best ways to protect your financial assets from future challenges.
Whether you are starting a relationship, or have been in a relationship for some time, you may have concerns about your financial security, certain assets or other financial matters which may be affected, particularly if the relationship should end unexpectedly.
It is possible under the Family Law Act to make a binding financial agreement with your partner before, during or after a marriage. Often known as a prenuptial agreement, the aim of a binding financial agreement is to offer some peace of mind to both parties without them having to go to court.