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The number one tip to protect your assets is to get a financial agreement prepared. There is a lot of controversy about them, but they are still legal and binding if done properly, and definitely better than nothing at all.

The agreement will set out what assets you might want to isolate. For example, in the event of a separation, you keep what you had and divide what you acquired together.

You should also keep proper records of who pays for what. This won’t protect your assets, but will make it easier to work out what contributions you each made.

Visit the Collier Family Law website or read more from them HERE.