Prevent challenges to your assets

Financial Agreements, a very practical legal method to protect your assets. This will give you peace of mind and confidence before, during and after the relationship: A pre-nup, mid and post-nup! Where are you at in your relationship?

Financial Agreements

Maybe you are about to start a new relationship, are in a relationship, or it has ended. You may at any of these times enter into a ‘financial agreement’, a contract about your finances, about who owns what, and who will own what at separation.

You can be married, in a de facto relationship with a partner of the same or opposite sex. You can get a financial agreement in consideration of the relationship or marriage. And, you can have one at the end of the relationship about how you are going to divide the property.

Financial agreements are a very practical legal method to protect your assets. This will give you peace of mind, secure and confidence before, during and after the relationship.

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements were once only sought by celebrity or power couples. If you are concerned about your assets, you should consider a financial agreement to retain control and ownership. Especially those assets you bring into a relationship. These documents also ensure that assets accumulated during the course of the relationship are divided fairly or as agreed.

If you are ready for practical, down to earth advice, contact us to arrange an initial consultation.

Binding Financial Agreements

If you want to safeguard your future, then binding financial agreements may well be the answer.

Careful consideration must be given to the preparation of such documents. Accurate figures, correct valuations provided, to ensure there any ambiguity is eliminated. You want to ensure that the clear, legally binding document prevents future challenges to its validity.

Financial agreements can be a complex minefield that demand skilfully prepared documentation. Don’t risk the loss of your asset base or lengthy disputes because you think it won’t happen to you.

Right now you probably have countless questions and arguments running through your head. That’s understandable, as much as you want to be in the relationship, you understand the need to protect yourself.

Would you benefit from talking to Jane Guerin to resolve your most immediate questions? Jane will review your situation and give you the practical advice you need right now.

The answer will help determine the best course of action for you and your children.

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