When your marriage or civil union or de facto relationship comes to an end and you want to separate your property in a way which is legally binding and enforceable. This prevents arguments in the Court or elsewhere as to who is entitled to what and how much one person should pay the other. It should prevent one party later changing their mind and trying to get more property or money from the other.
- Separation vs Divorce: What You Should Know
- What is a De Facto Relationship in NZ?
- How to Buy Out Your Partner from the Mortgage
- What is a Prenup?
- Cost of a Separation Agreement
- Property (Relationships) Act: A Handy Guide for Kiwis
- Five Helpful Tips to Save Time & Money on Certification
- A Guide to Property Sharing Agreements