When separating from your de facto partner, there are many issues that must be addressed.
Usually there is a house (or a number of properties) involved. Properties may be sold and the proceeds divided, or one partner remains in the property and some money changes hands. Both these scenarios are easily dealt with in the standard agreement.
However, when it comes to superannuation, you need to decide if each party will keep their own superannuation accounts as they are, or if one or both funds will be split.
Will you be splitting super?