A recent article featured in the Sydney Morning Herald and the Canberra Times refers to the use of Family Trusts both for tax savings and for asset protection, saying some people are using trusts for “depriving a […]
Since the introduction of Binding Financial Agreements (BFAs) in Australia (known by some as prenups) many couples have chosen to enter into an agreement which sets out what will happen in the event of […]
Financial Agreements – De Facto versus Marriage
The Full Court of the Family Court has delivered a new judgement regarding whether you can have a binding financial agreement (aka a pre nup) that covers both de facto relationship breakdown and marriage breakdown.
Several years ago the Family Law Act was amended so that the Act […]
Read a joke this morning. Joke was:
Marriage is hard, man. Marriage is so hard that Nelson Mandela got a divorce. Nelson Mandela, dude spent 27 years getting tortured and beaten everyday of his life. 27 straight years. He gets out of jail, spends 6 months with his Wife and says, I can’t take this anymore!
There were three different articles in The Age newspaper last week all written around the same time, which caused me to reflect upon modern relationships. Each article was quite engaging in its own right and although on the face of it looked like they were talking about very different things, all three articles were about […]