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Pre-Nuptial Kits

Pre-Nuptial Agreements Australia does not support the use of pre-nuptial agreement kits advertised on the internet and will never offer pre-nuptial agreement kits on this site. There are two reasons for this. First, a binding pre-nuptial agreement requires each party to have their own solicitor review, advise and sign off on the agreement. Most (if not all) solicitors will want to make amendments to the "kit agreement" so as to act in their client's best interests. Second, kits cannot cover all the complexities that need to be addressed with your solicitor. 

You can save time and money by having basic information prepared before you see your solicitor. A checklist is available here.

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