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What types of Prenuptial Agreements are there?

Most commonly known as a prenuptial agreement or prenup there are now
six types of “financial agreements” for couples. These are also called
“binding financial agreements” . These include:

1.    Financial agreement in anticipation of marriage (ie prenuptial agreement)
2.    Financial agreement made during a marriage – this may be during a marriage and before or after                separation
3.    Financial agreement made after an order for divorce.

In respect of de facto relationships:
4.    Financial agreement in anticipation of entering into a de facto relationship
5.    Financial agreement made during a de facto relationship
6.    Financial agreement made after the de facto relationship has ended.

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