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Financial Agreements for couples who are living together in W.A.

Use this agreement if you live in Western Australia, and are already living with your partner.

Already Living Together?

This cohabitation agreement allows you to document what you think would be a fair and equitable distribution of property in the event of separation, instead of leaving it up to the courts.

You can choose to deal with all of your financial interests now or just a single asset like a family farm, a business or an inheritance.

Couples of all ages make financial agreements for all sorts of reasons. For example, one or both partners:

  • might feel nervous about the possibility of losing the family home;
  • wish to protect a superannuation interest;
  • want to make sure an inheritance only goes to their children;
  • want to quarantine a family business from claim; 
  • wish protect one partner from the debts of the other;
  • Or simply want to declare that each party will keep their financial affairs separate from the other.

The reasons are many and varied, but the one consistent message is to provide peace of mind for those who feel they may be at risk of losing their financial security.

This Easy to use cohabitation kit is available for immediate download

Financial Agreement Kit

$147.00 inc. GST Buy De Facto Cohabitation Financial Agreement WA 205ZO Add to cart

This de facto agreement kit has been professionally drafted to comply with section 205 of the Family Court Act and allows you to complete your agreement with a minimum of fuss.  It includes:

  • access to the Exclusive Members area which takes you through the process step-by-step;
  • the Cohabitation Agreement template - written in plain English;
  • a Comprehensive User's Guide which answers most property settlement questions;
  • Sample agreement - so you know what the completed agreement should look like;
  • Sample clauses - help you to tailor the document to your own situation - just cut and paste!;
  • Complimentary financial Agreement assessment - we check your draft agreement to ensure it's ready for the lawyers and the mandatory Legal Advice. This is how we save you thousands of dollars in legal fees.
  • Access to fixed price Legal Advice so you can get your agreement certified without spending a fortune.
  • a Bonus Will kit because you often need to update your Will when you start a de facto relationship (worth $24.95)
  • The Kit comes with our 30 day money back guarantee, and If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, simply phone our office within (30) days and we will rectify the problem, or issue a refund.

Western Australia has it's own laws for defacto couples

The state of Western Australia has maintained its own autonomy and jurisdiction concerning financial agreements for de facto couples.

This means that unlike the other states of Australia, if you live in WA your cohabitation agreement must adhere to the regulations set down by the Family Court Act 1997, instead of the federal Family Law Act. In all other respects, the agreements operate in much the same fashion.

Easy 5 Step Process

5 step process

Why do you need to get Legal Advice?

You need to get legal advice before a financial agreement becomes legally binding because it is required under the Family Law Act.

The Legal Advice acts as your safety net to ensure you understand your rights and how the agreement affects you.

We can help you meet this requirement without spending a small fortune in legal fees through our Legal Review Service.

Our fixed price Legal Advice (Legal Review Service $ covers both parties in most cases) so you can get your agreement certified without spending a fortune.

Sample Agreement Excerpt

Cohabitation Sample

Sample 1 of the defacto agreement. The grey boxes indicate where you add your personal information.

Sample 2 Cohabitation Agreement

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Assets and Liabilities sample excerpt

Sample of the Assets and Liabilities Schedule – there are three in the document, one for each party and one for joint assets and liabilities