Family law agreements are a cost-effective alternative to the litigation route to resolve family law disputes. The parties have the liberty to craft unique solutions for their particular circumstances and needs.
Types of Family Law Agreements
Marriage agreements are entered into by married spouses before or shortly after marriage. These agreements may cover issues such as property and debt, spousal and child support and any other aspect except parenting arrangements.
Co-habitation agreements are entered into by unmarried spouses before or shortly after cohabitation. Unmarried spouses who have lived together in a marriage-like relationship for two or more years have same rights under the Family Law Act as married spouses. Unmarried spouses who have lived together in a marriage like relationship for less than two years and have a child have may seek orders with respect to support, custody and access.
Separation agreements are entered into by spouses when the relationship has broken down. Separation agreements may deal with any aspect of family law including parenting arrangements and contact.
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