Edmonds Judd

Relationship Property

Our team of relationship property lawyers can assist you whether you are just beginning a relationship, in a relationship, or at the end of a relationship.

It can be a difficult subject, so it is important to use a lawyer who communicates clearly and openly around the complex legal requirements around relationship property. From compiling and managing contracting out agreements to the management of Trusts, the Edmonds Judd team will work empathetically alongside you to protect your separate property.

In advising you on relationship property matters, we always act in your best interests while promoting conciliation with the other party.

Relationship Property Team

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