Agreements

contract-1Pre-Nuptial and Cohabitation Agreements

Whether you are about to enter into a de facto relationship or about to marry and want to enter into an agreement with your partner for future financial and property entitlements in the event of a separation, our family lawyers  will be able to provide you with independent legal advice, not only about the effects of the agreements on your rights, but also about the advantages and disadvantages of entering into the agreement.

Separation Agreements

If your de facto relationship or marriage has broken down and you and your partner wish to enter into a formal agreement for the division of property and future financial circumstances, without having to go to court, then perhaps a Financial Agreement may be appropriate.

Our family lawyers on the Gold Coast will be able to provide you with independent legal advice, not only about the effects of the agreement on your rights, but also about the advantages and disadvantages of entering into the agreement.

Your family lawyer from Ramsden Lawyers will be able to advise you as to your entitlements and advise you what the court would consider to be a fair, just and equitable settlement and division of the assets and liabilities of your relationship.

Consent Orders

If your de facto relationship or marriage has broken down and you and your partner wish to formalise the terms of settlement by way of a court order but do not want to go through the cost of court proceedings, then a consent order may be appropriate.

Consent orders can be entered into to formalise future parenting and living arrangements for your child. A consent order becomes an Order of the court and is binding and enforceable. A breach of a consent order can lead to contravention or even contempt proceedings.

Consent orders can also be entered into to formalise financial and property division and also spousal or de facto maintenance. Consent property orders are binding and enforceable; breach of a consent order can lead to contravention or even contempt proceedings.

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