Our experienced lawyers can help you with creating a binding financial agreement if you so choose. Agreements can be created before, during, or after a marriage has ended and we will always give you sound advice so you are able to create a valid prenuptial agreement.
The Family Law Act requires that binding financial agreements are created validly, and we are able to advise you of:
- the effect of a binding financial agreement on your rights;
- the advantages and disadvantages of creating a binding financial agreement.
It’s important to be aware of the legal formalities that need to be met for the creation of a legal prenuptial agreement. Our experienced legal team will always ensure that every legal requirement is satisfied, so there will be no unpleasant surprises if a binding financial agreement is referred to if you ever find yourself facing a legal matter.
Binding financial agreements that are properly constructed as stipulated under theFamily Law Act,can also have the potential of negating a Court’s orders in regards to property and spousal maintenance rights. So if you do decide to create a prenuptial agreement, and you need it to be done right, you can be certain that our knowledgeable team will always adhere to the legal, as well as your personal requirements for creating a binding financial agreement that you can be confident with.
Alternatively, you may need assistance with setting aside a binding financial agreement due to issues that may involve fraud, deception, non-disclosure, or undue influence. Our lawyers are experienced with complex financial matters, and can help you receive the appropriate support which you may require in order to reach a satisfactory outcome.
There are a numerous issues that need to be considered when creating a binding financial agreement, but you can be secure in the knowledge that our lawyers will give you the best advice available, and tailored to your individual circumstances.