How to take care of your property settlement after a divorce for under $1950 in total for both parties.
When getting a divorce there are two processes to consider – one is simply dissolving the marriage itself and the other is dividing the property, spousal maintenance and child support issues.
Divorced couples who wish to finalise all matters of a financial nature in dispute between them, including spousal maintenance, require some form of legal documentation.
As long as the couple are communicative and willing to resolve their issues they can be addressed in one of two ways. The couple can make an agreement with ‘consent orders’ being made by a family law court or they can enter into a financial agreement under Section 90D of the Family Law Act.
A Binding Financial Agreement, is a simple and convenient way to formalise the the property settlement after the end of a marriage.
It allows you to document what you think would be a fair and reasonable property settlement instead of leaving that decision up to the courts.
Some of these issues may seem a little daunting at first, but given the right template to start, some sample clauses and a little guidance, you will be surprised how straight forward it actually is.
Common property settlement issues include:
We’ve developed our unique process over several years, and our Australian Legal team will ensure you have a compliant financial separation agreement that provides the sound legal protection you seek.
This includes the mandatory Legal Advice that you MUST receive before signing your financial agreement. This legal advice is your safety net to ensure you fully understand the effect of the agreement.
Our unique process gives you the tools and the confidence you need to finalise your property settlement with a minimum of stress.
We will show you what you need to do, and explain why you need to do it, so your agreement will be strong and stand the test of time.
Our role in the Peaceful Path to Settlement doesn’t stop once you download the agreement. We guide you every step of the way.
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