Relationship Property

Getting married, divorced or in a de facto relationship?

Whether you’re starting a new relationship, or dealing with a former partner, you may need to put agreements into place that will comply with the law and protect your property.

Talk to our experienced family law team about putting valid arrangements in place. We can advise you about your rights and obligations and ensure you’re protected, no matter what happens in the future.

“Unfortunately, when a relationship breaks down, so does the trust between parties, and it’s difficult to shield day-to-day business and personal activities from the effects. That’s why having protection in place is so important.”

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