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.
Financial agreements negate the need for the couple to enter court proceedings, reducing the risk of extended litigation and providing certainty of outcome.Buy Divorce Financial Agreement Kit Now
A Financial Agreement allows you to decide how to divide joint financial resources out side the court system between yourselves, reducing your legal costs and the stresses associated with protracted litigation.
Sitting down with your ex now to work out a ‘property settlement agreement’ and what your agreement needs to achieve, before consulting your legal adviser, will save you considerable time, money and anxiety. Taking the time to work things out between you will also minimise the risk of having a lawyer draft a one-sided agreement that fails to reflect the needs of either party.
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This kit provides the framework for a compliant property settlement contract.
This is a Section 90D Financial Agreement . It has been drafted to comply with s90D of the Family Law Act 1975 for divorced couples who wish to finalise property settlement matters including spousal maintenance.
Once you have drafted your Divorce Settlement Agreement, the law requires that each party must receive independent legal advice and the agreement must contain a certificate from a lawyer stating that each party has received said advice. This ensure that neither party can argue that they were not aware of the impact of the document they were signing. We have introduced our Agreement Review Service as an affordable way to receive the correct certification