Prenuptial Agreements – Know Your Rights, Protect Assets & What’s Yours If and When You Split
Do you Need a Prenuptial Agreement?
If you wish to protect your assets and are in a relatively new relationship then - Yes!
Couples just starting out can outline not only the financial responsibilities of each should they separate but who will get what.
You may not have the assets that Charlie Sheen has but, the assets that you do have are important and if you end up in the Family Court, a Prenuptial Agreement will help you to protect those assets that you have worked hard for.
A Prenuptial Agreement is an investment. These Agreements allow you to plan in advance what will happen to your assets should you and your partner separate.
De facto couples and Prenuptial Agreements
If you are in a de facto relationship and you do not wish to marry, however you would like to protect your assets too, then we can draft a similar document for you called a Cohabitation Agreement.
Cohabitation Agreements also outline who will get what asset in the event that the relationship goes pear-shaped. These Agreements can address assets that need to be sold, transferred and even spousal maintenance. To get started with your Prenuptial or Cohabitation Agreement, send us an enquiry or call us now on 1300 768 719.