A prenuptial agreement, also known as a binding financial agreement (BFA), is a legal document that outlines how a couple’s assets and finances will be divided in the event of separation or divorce. In Australia, prenuptial agreements are recognized by law and can be a useful tool for protecting each partner’s assets and financial interests. …
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Spousal maintenance is when a former spouse or former de facto partner agrees to, or is ordered to, provide ongoing support to their ex partner following the breakdown of their relationship.
This is known in some countries as alimony. The word “alimony” is not commonly used in the Australian family law system, we call it spousal maintenance.
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