There are a number of things to consider when choosing the right agreement so we’ve tried to break this down to make it as simple as possible to get the right documents for your circumstances.
The first thing we need to know is, are you planning on staying together or are you separating?
This is the starting point for those couples who are already living together or you might be planning to live together.
You might be in a marriage or a de facto relationship, but the defining factor is you want to stay together and live happily ever after.
Whatever the case, even with the best intentions sometimes relationships do breakdown and if that should happen to you this document will quarantine certain assets from claim and provide a clear understanding of how property should be divided.
This is the starting point for those who are at the end of a marriage or de facto relationship.
You might be separated already, separated but still living under the same roof or you might be divorced but haven’t finalised your property settlement.
Ultimately you need to document how your assets and liabilities should be divided. You want to keep matters civil, and you want to stay out of court.