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What is a Prenup?

What is a Prenup? A 'prenup' is a prenuptial agreement, commonly referred to as ‘contracting out’. Prenups exist to enable partners to opt-out of the equal sharing of relationship property under the Property (Relationships) Act should the relationship or marriage end....

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What Is A Contracting Out Agreement? 10 Things to Know

A contracting out agreement is also known as a prenuptial agreement (prenup) or a relationship property agreement. A prenup is a contract between partners that states who owns what and how to divide up a couple's property, or assets, in the event of separation. By...

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Separation Agreements and the family home

Separation Agreements and the family home

It goes without saying that separating from your partner is often a difficult experience. There is a lot to figure out, particularly when you have been together for a long time. Central to what needs to be figured out is what you are going to do with the family home –...

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CODR is now Agreeable!

CODR is now Agreeable!

Dear CODR customers, We are excited to announce that CODR has transitioned to Agreeable. CODR grew significantly over the past year and the decision to rebrand has brought with it an opportunity to focus our offering. This means we will no longer be providing online...

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Is your business safe from relationship property claims?

Is your business safe from relationship property claims?

​The short answer is no. A quick Google will let you know that there are several ways business assets can be exposed to relationship property claims. Claims can be made for a share of your business assets by your spouse or partner after you separate. That means it is...

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Dividing your assets in a separation

Dividing your assets in a separation

What happens to the bach, the boat and your superannuation? It is no secret that when married couples and de facto partners separate, each individual is typically entitled to a 50% share of all relationship property under the Property (Relationships) Act. What you and...

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4 common reasons people get a separation agreement

There are many reasons couples get a separation agreement but the below are the top four common reasons we get approached for our service.   1. The bank told you to get one More and more it seems people contact us because they need to get a separation agreement before...

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Buy out: Selling Property after Separating

Can you still keep, or get rid of, your family home or investment properties after you separate? Of course!   Need a Separation Agreement? Click here to get started on yours with Agreeable.   What is a "Buy Out"? A mortgage buyout is one solution if you and...

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Cost of a Separation Agreement

The cost of getting a Separation Agreement (or Contracting Out Agreement for that matter) is not expensive. Certainly, it is less expensive than going to the Family Court for an order to divide up your relationship property. If you are in a de facto relationship, you...

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