Relationship Property

Webb Farry recognises that each relationship property matter can have its own complexity.  We minimise the complexity for you and communicate well throughout the process to ensure your rights are understood and protected and expectations are realised.

If you are entering a relationship, we can provide certainty for the future by preparing a contracting-out agreement (commonly known as a “pre-nuptual agreement” or “pre-nup”).  This document can provide protection for pre-relationship assets and specify how you wish the ownership of income or assets built up during a relationship to apply.

When a relationship ends, we can guide you through the process, providing strategic advice around property interests and entitlements.  We are experienced with complex negotiations and, if necessary, litigation to decide more problematic aspects.

Webb Farry also brings its commercial and trust expertise to relationship property structuring and divisions to achieve an outcome which is effective at a personal and business level.

"Clarifying property ownership when entering into a relationship or after separation can be fraught. It’s our role to protect your rights and help you realise your expectations."

Ben Taylor LLB - Solicitor

Webb Farry’s Relationship Property team

Megan BartlettKimberly JarvisBen TaylorRachel Stedman