As seen on SBS Insight, Sydney Morning Herald, News.com.au and Mamamia. You are welcome to attend our free seminar on Prenups & Financial Agreements.
Our family law expert, Fidan Shevket will cover all aspects of Financial Agreements for married, same sex and de facto couples. The one hour information session will cover drafting your Financial Agreement, case law, practical examples, the cost with tips and tricks to make it binding.
Fidan will answer all your questions and inform you about your options and choices.
You will be helped a lot in understanding the system and will then be able to plan confidently what steps you need to take for asset protection and estate planning.
Don’t miss this opportunity! Fidan is highly entertaining and a leader in her field.
As Family Law solicitors we understand the common difficulties and problems that clients encounter and will try to address those in this seminar to assist you.
In 2014 a man took out life insurance. He named his de facto partner as the beneficiary of the policy. In his application he had claimed to be a healthy individual who did not take drugs, and who lead a healthy lifestyle. The policy was for $2,625,000.00. Read more
In 2018 a man died without a will. He had three children. He had separated from his wife eight years prior to his death. Despite separating, the two were not divorced. Not long after the man’s death, his family was shocked to find that their father had a secret lover who they had never met or heard of. She made a claim on their father’s estate. Read more
A man and woman had been married to each other for many years. In 1997 a family home was purchased under the husband’s sole name. In 2000 the husband and wife separated, and the husband transferred half of the ownership of the home into his wife’s name. Following this, the husband and wife informally agreed that the husband would transfer his remaining one-half interest in the family home to the wife, making her the sole owner of the family home. Read more
If you have a discretionary trust that holds (or may one day hold) real estate, then you need to be aware of a recent change in the law. Read more