Family Law Agreements
Straightforward Separation Agreement: $1,000 + HST
Cohabitation Agreement: $1,000 + HST
Pre-nup (or Marriage Contract): $1,000 + HST
Whether you’re moving in with someone, getting married, have been living with someone, or are separating, you may need a formal agreement to establish the terms. Where you and your partner are in agreement, we can provide you with a professionally prepared document. All services are delivered online, so you don’t need to travel to an office to get the agreement you want.
With the Family Law Agreement service, you’ll get an experienced family law lawyer to provide the agreement you want:
Understand the law, your rights, and your obligations
Learn about the family court or mediation process
Prepare for the next steps
Get feedback about the strengths and weaknesses of your case
Review and comment on documents
Learn negotiating and courtroom tips
Who’s this for?
For someone who needs an agreement to set out terms you and your partner have agreed to because you’re:
- moving in together (a Cohabitation Agreement),
- you’re planning to marry or are already married (a pre-nup or Marriage Contract), or
- you’re separating (a Separation Agreement).
If both sides agree to the terms, and you don’t require any negotiation, we’ve got the lawyers to prepare a professionally prepared legal agreement for you. And having an agreement prepared in advance can also be useful for you if you want a draft agreement that sets out your position so you can begin negotiations with your partner.
We can only provide you with a completed, professionally drafted, agreement, tailor-made to your situation for this price if the terms are agreed on and the agreement is fairly straightforward. But if that’s you, check this out. The process is completed by phone and email, so you never have to come to an office. If you’re not sure if this is right for you, contact us.
You’ll be assigned an experienced family law lawyer who’ll prepare a proper agreement covering the details you provide and wo will go over them and anything else you should consider to fully understand your right s and obligations. The lawyer will prepare a draft agreement for you to review, and complete one round of edits to ensure the agreement includes the terms that you want. You will receive the final agreement with a Memo to you about how to get it signed, and a Memo to your partner about getting independent legal advice.