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Drafting and advising on financial agreements can be fraught with difficulty, particularly if they are pre-marriage agreements. Drafting errors and lack of communication about the legislative requirements causes errors when drafting these documents. Failing to adequately advise on the advantages and disadvantages of a proposed financial agreement, or not documenting the advice are the main causes of claims we see in this area. The section contains detailed information about common errors and how to avoid them when advising on and preparing financial agreements.

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