You and your spouse may make a binding financial agreement at any time before, during or after separation, divorce or marriage.

A BFA won’t be the right choice for everyone. But if there’s a chance you and your former partner can agree, it’s worth considering.

This doesn’t mean you’ve resolved everything. It may mean that you agree about many significant issues, or that you’re close to agreeing. Sometimes, parties need assistance from experienced binding financial agreement lawyers to get over the final hurdle.

That’s why we’re here. Speak to us about your property settlement issues to find out how we can help.

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