1 Comments Family & de facto law, financial agreements, consent orders
Hi. You can get a Binding Financial Agreement that stipulates the points you have made here about your assets. It would take into account both of you and your position financially and asset-wise. There are paragraphs that state that any assets purchased before you were in a relationship remain in the names of the person who purchased them. You can also state that any future assets in sole names, not joint, can stay with that person as well. Have a bit of a read on this website, as we have some great information on this. If you'd like further information, give us a call and we can go through it with you. Hope this helps.