Beware of the Pole Dancer Case; Legal Challenges to the Validity of Financial Agreements

Financial Agreements, or what also are commonly referred to as BFA’s (Binding Financial Agreements), Pre-Nuptial Agreements, Separation Agreements, Cohabitation Agreements or Termination Agreements, are agreements which have been given legal standing under the Family Law Act in dealing with how the assets and property of the parties is to be divided in the event of separation.  Under this legislation, a properly constructed Financial Agreement will constitute a legally binding and enforceable agreement entered between a married couple or de-facto spouses.  These agreements can be entered upon the commencement of a marriage or de-facto relationship or following separation.  

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