Property Settlement Agreement

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If you are able to negotiate a property settlement agreement with your ex partner directly is it important that you then seek legal advice from an Accredited Family Lawyer regarding consent orders and next steps..To know more, visit: www.its-over.com.au/property-settlement-agreement/

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It’s Over www.its-over.com.au

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About Us ● We always help you to understand the relationship laws and to learn how to protect the assets. ● Visit us at: www.its-over.com.au

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Binding Financial Agreement ● A party entering into a property settlement agreement or binding financial agreement is admitting the existence of the de facto relationship therefore will not be able to challenge the courts jurisdiction to hear the matter should the relationship end and their binding financial agreement is set aside. ● To know more visit: www.its-over.com.au/binding-financial-agreements/

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Property Settlement Agreement ● If you are able to negotiate a property settlement agreement with your ex partner directly is it important that you then seek legal advice from an Accredited Family Lawyer regarding consent orders and next steps. ● To know more visit: www.its-over.com.au/

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De Facto Right To Property ● Protecting assets in a de facto relationship is very important and key to you not making the same mistakes again. ● To know more visit: www.its-over.com.au/

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De Facto Property Settlement ● Once separation occurs it is important to turn your attention to any de facto entitlements on separation that may exist and start the process of trying to reach a separation agreement. ● To know more visit: www.its-over.com.au

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