A binding financial agreement or prenup as the casual term, is an written agreement between two parties setting out the assets, liabilities, property and other financial information of how it will be divided should there be a relationship breakdown. Binding financial agreements can be made before,...

WILLS AND FAMILY AGREEMENTS: WHAT CAN GO WRONG There are a significant number of generous parents these days who purchase properties for their adult children based on family "understandings" that are never recorded, only verbal. The agreement varies from family to family and can include arrangements anywhere from...

The top 8 myths of separation Many of our clients come to see us with incorrect assumptions about their rights, and their ex- spouse's rights after separation. To help you understand the process, we have put together a list of the top 8 myths of separation...

We are living too long for the kids to wait for their money The average life expectancy of people has increased by 25 years over the past century. As a result of people living longer, next of kin are likely not to inherit from their parents...