Get Help Preparing a Binding Settlement Agreement for Your Divorce; Divorce Partners Works with Couples in Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and throughout Australia
You and your spouse are preparing for a divorce. You have gone through the 12-month required separation period and had even spent that time negotiating an amicable settlement agreement. By all accounts, you are ready to apply for divorce, finalise everything and go your separate ways. Both of you are eager to avoid the expense of getting lawyers involved in the process. However, even if you aren’t bringing lawyers into the equation, it is essential to make sure you have a binding settlement agreement that can be legally recognised throughout Australia.
Call Divorce Lawyers for Help Preparing Your Divorce Property or Financial Agreement
At Divorce Partners, we can help. We are a divorce mediation company that works throughout Australia, usually communicating with clients via telephone. If you need a binding settlement agreement in Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane or anywhere else in the country, we can help you prepare to get your agreement formalised. If there are still some nuances to iron out, we can also help you through the last few rounds of negotiation.
Divorce Partners is not a team of divorce lawyers. In fact, we are not lawyers at all. Our goal as a business is to help separated couples reach divorce settlements that are faster, more amicable, and less expensive. Usually, we work with partners who are in the beginning stages of negotiation. If you and your spouse have already agreed on the finer points of the divorce, though, we are also happy to help you through the last few stages of the process. Those final steps typically involve using consent orders to formalise divorce property agreements or divorce financial agreements in Australia. We help you prepare your documents so that they are ready for the consent order stage.
Why You Need a Binding Settlement Agreement in Australia
You may ask: why is having a binding settlement agreement in Perth or Sydney so important? After all, if you and your spouse have arrived at a mutually agreeable settlement, how much could legal validation possibly matter?
As it turns out, legal validation is crucial for future stability and peace of mind. Without a legally binding agreement in place, either party could feasibly change their mind in the future. Say your contract stipulates that the wife gets the primary residence in the divorce while the husband gets the vacation property. What happens if, in five years, the husband decides he wants to sell the primary home and split the money from the sale? With a formalised divorce property agreement, the husband, in this case, would have no legal grounds to make such a demand. Without legally binding paperwork, though, the husband could make a claim on the property.
By pursuing a binding settlement agreement in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth or anywhere in Australia, you avoid any such situation. With a property or financial agreement in Australia, everything in your amicable divorce settlement is set in stone. Even if one spouse changes their mind in a few years, the agreement will prevent conflict and ensure stability.
Formalise your divorce today. Get in touch with Divorce Partners today to learn more about what we can do to help make your agreement binding.
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