Binding Financial Agreements

In a world where divorce is becoming more of a regular occurrence than marriage, clients are concerned about protecting their assets from any future claim by a new partner or spouse.

A binding financial agreement (commonly referred to as a 'pre nuptial agreement'), can be made before, during or after a relationship. They can also be used by de facto, married and same sex couples.

When executed correctly, these agreements are binding and therefore prevent the financial matters contained in the agreement from being dealt with by the Family Court of Western Australia.

At Cullen Macleod we can provide you with legal advice in relation to the preparation and review of Binding Financial Agreements.