A Binding Financial Agreement is an agreement that can be made between a couple, whether you are in a de facto relationship, soon to be married or already married. The agreement can also be made either before, during or after your relationship.
Binding Financial Agreements cover the division of property between the parties, superannuation and/or spousal maintenance. In dealing with these matters a BFA will outline how the parties are to manage their financial affairs. The purpose of a Binding Financial Agreements is to avoid the parties going to court to deal with the division of their property.
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