• Distribution of pension insurance• Treatment of a family business• If one or both parties have given a financial guarantee• Capital gains tax commitments By concluding a binding financial agreement, the two parties to the agreement have essentially agreed on how their property and property will be distributed in a real estate transaction in the event of a breakdown of their relationship. – Your BFA is a “concubibinat contract” if you cohabit with your partner as a de facto couple (§ 90UC). – The concubibin agreement also applies in case you plan to cohabit with your partner as a de facto couple, but you do not yet cohabit. (Section 90UB) – If you plan to marry your partner, you can enter into a marriage contract. – Partners who are already married and plan to remain married or separated, your BFA will be a “post-marriage contract”. • If we need to find real estate• The extent to which you and your partner agree or disagree• How complex or simple your financial arrangements are• Whether you have special needs (e.g.B medical needs) • The needs of your loved ones• Whether you agree on other topics, for example. B educational agreements• The extent of the conflict between you and your former partner is common to all types of binding financial agreements, the law requires that any party has sought legal advice independently of the other party and explains in detail the impact of signing the binding financial agreement. Without a lawyer`s certificate for each spouse, the agreement is not valid. We also work with Mike Van Den Berg of Aussie Legal, who helps individuals create legal DIY financial contracts at an affordable price.
You can contact Mark through the Aussie Legal website or call him today at 1300 728 200. • Before marriage (often called marriage contract or prenup) • During your de facto relationship• During your marriage (also known as a marriage agreement) • After separation or divorce 1. If you`ve already gone through a separation or divorce, a binding financial agreement can offer security and security when it comes to finances. 2. Reaching a financial agreement at a good time in your relationship means that your decisions about your finances are more beneficial and most likely reasonable for both parties. 3. A binding financial agreement will help you decide on the fair allocation of financial assets in case the relationship fails. 4. After separation, the two parties may have a lot of differences.
If they were already in a binding financial agreement, it would mean that they could avoid many disputes and problems when it comes to dividing the property, which could also concern the whole family. . . .