Breaking up a marriage is hard enough without going to war over the property settlement. Many couples are choosing a better, more peaceful way of dismantling their life together.
Take for example – Tony and Lisa. They tied the knot 15 years ago, built a business and home together, had three children and dreamed of the day they would retire on the coast. But the stresses and demands of modern life took its toll and they slowly grew apart.
They have decided to separate and even though they are going to live apart, they still get on and want to maintain a friendship. After all, they have 3 kids and are going to be seeing each other on a regular basis.
Both are committed to managing the separation in a way that minimises the disruption to the children. The idea of squabbling over “who gets what” via curt letters issued by a law firm doesn’t seem right, and neither are keen to go down the road of legal proceedings.Buy Separation Agreement Kit Now
Fortunately Tony and Lisa had a pretty good idea of how they could work things out and both agreed staying out of court would be substantially cheaper and less stressful.
They just needed to work out the finer points and put their agreement in writing.
After some research, they discovered that they could make a Financial Agreement between themselves that would set down how they wished to divide their property.
By using this Separation Agreement template kit along with the guidance notes and samples provided, Tony and Lisa were surprised how easy it was to draft their own agreement.
It covered issues such as:
Issues that dealt with child support and visiting rights were dealt with in other documents such as a Child Support Agreement and Parenting Plan.
Once they were both happy with the agreement they obtained the legal advice as required by the Family Law Act.
It was a simple process, completed in their own time, without spending a fortune or even leaving home.
This is just one story and we understand that everyone’s situation is unique, which is why the kit has been designed to be adaptable to your needs.
This Agreement kit is a Separation Financial Agreement. It has been drafted to comply with s90C of the Family Law Act 1975 for married couples who have separated but are not yet divorced.
The Kit includes:
No Need to Wait - this Agreement kit is available for immediate download from the receipt page upon successful payment.Buy Separation Agreement Kit Now (Married Couples) Buy Separation Agreement Kit Now (De facto Couples)
Please NOTE – if you plan to split superannuation assets click here for the superannuation splitting separation agreement kit.
“I found it exceptional in every way. I was kept up to date with the process and any queries were answered within the day. It made the seperation process much easier and I would highly recommend this service to any friends in the future. Thank you for everything. ” Regards, Kim Watt
There are a number of different types of separation agreements. We are showing you a few pages of the Separation Agreement Template for married couples where the family home will be sold.
The grey boxes indicate form fields where you add your personal data.
Important note: Under the Family Law Act this document is binding only when it is signed by both parties and contains a certificate confirming that each party has obtained independent legal advice prior to signing the agreement.
Our financial agreement review service is available to assist you in completing the legal advice component of your FA at a LOW FIXED RATE of just $ for both parties.
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