Contracting Out Agreements for Later in Life Relationships - 20 October 2020 (On Demand)


Later in life relationships are becoming increasingly common. They bring with them their own challenges for practitioners, particularly where there has been a previous marriage or children from a previous relationship.

It is important to ensure contracting out agreements address these challenges to provide the best form of protection to those who are in these types of relationships.

The focus of this seminar is to address the issues that arise in later in life relationships in the context of contracting out agreements.


20 October 2020


By the end of this seminar, you will be able to (in the context of later in life relationships):

  • Understand what particular issues need to be considered for later in life relationships
  • Determine how to deal with a significant imbalance in assets
  • Understand the impact of trusts, Section 182 FPA and Section 13 PRA
  • Deal with the protection of assets on separation versus death
  • Learn how to protect against claims by children from a previous relationship
  • Consider the issues which arise in relationships with significant age gaps
  • Understand the interrelationship between Section 21J PRA and significantly departing from the PRA entitlement


Family lawyers, relationship property lawyers and lawyers who certify contracting out agreements


Sharon Chandra, Partner, Turner Hopkins

1.25 CPD Hours

  • On Demand Event
    Complete online in your own time (Self-paced)
    • $195.00 excl. GST

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