Whether parties are married or in a de facto relationship, they have a right to enter into a legal agreement regarding their financial matters. A financial agreement, also known as a Binding Financial Agreement (BFA), can be made before (pre-nup), during, or on the breakdown of a relationship.
In order to make a financial agreement binding there are strict rules that the Court requires parties to adhere to. Failure to do so can render your agreement invalid.
At Best Wilson Buckley Family Law, our Toowoomba, Ipswich, North Lakes & Brisbane family law specialists will ensure that you understand your legal rights and responsibilities and provide you with specific advice on how to protect them.