We have reached an agreement. It’s time to move Forward>>
Over the years, we've seen clients struggle to navigate the separation agreement process.
We've created an accessible, supportive and affordable solution for separating couples who have reached agreement.
Through our unique online solution, Forward>>, we simplify the process of formalising your property, parenting and child support agreements, and allow you to create your own simple Will.
Forward >> is:
Complete your agreement online in minutes. We will review it to ensure it has been properly completed, provide guidance and recommendations as to any changes and send it to you for your review – all within a matter of days.
Do it all online when and where it suits you. We provide real and personalised support, by phone, email and for ACT residents, in person. Our team is here to help every step of the way.
We work with you to produce quality legal documents, taking the time to ensure that your agreement will be enforceable at law, for real peace of mind.
Our pricing is clear at the start. No nasty bill shock or unpredictable billable hours.
We combine the convenience of a DIY service with the detail and attention of a full service firm.
We help you to prepare your separation agreement so you can move on with your lives with certainty.
1. Reach an agreement
2. Select a solution
Choose the solution that best suits your needs. You’ll be prompted to send us an email, and shortly afterwards you will receive a link to get started.
Unsure of which solution is for you? You can live chat with Saldo to find out.
3. Complete the interview
You will be asked a series of questions. Forward>> will automatically create your settlement document and send it to us. We will review the details you have provided and may contact you by phone and/or email to let you know if we need more information or whether you may need to complete additional documentation**.
4. Make it official
You will receive your completed agreement within 1-5 business days. We can meet with you (online or in person if your an ACT resident) to go through your agreement, step by step. We will provide detailed instructions and guidance about how to finalise your agreement and submit it to Court. Or we can do it for you for a small additional fee of $250+ GST.
Orders for the sale or transfer of up to two (2) properties (i.e. your home and/or and investment property) between separating spouses.
Simple property orders relating to items of personalty, motor vehicles and other items of limited monetary value.
Essential + Super
The Essentials package
Orders to divide your superannuation (excluding Self-Managed Super Funds)
All correspondence to the super funds required for your super splitting agreement
Essentials + Kids
The Essentials + Super package
Simple parenting orders (this includes orders about day to day care arrangements and arrangements for special days such as Christmas and school holidays)
*Please note that package prices do not include extras or disbursements that may be charged by third parties such as title searches (if required), valuations and reports, ASIC searches and court fees.
** Please note that in some circumstances, an affidavit and/or letter to the Court may be recommended to complete your application. If you engage us to prepare these documents for you, additional fees will apply.
Price on application
You will receive a ready to sign Parenting Plan with clauses for:
- fortnightly care arrangements
- time on school holidays and special days (optional)
- dispute resolution and reviews (optional)
Binding Child Support Agreement
You will receive a ready to sign Child Support Agreement (“BCSA”) with:
- clauses for periodic (weekly, fortnightly or monthly) child support
- clauses about payments for school, medical and healthcare expenses
- Legal advice** in writing for one party to the BCSA
**Both parties to a BCSA must receive independent legal advice. We recommend you read the information on the Child Support Agency website before proceeding to purchase.
You will receive a simple Will which outlines your wishes after you die for:
- who you want to look after your affairs (executor/s)
- who you want to leave gifts to from your estate (beneficiaries)
- who you want to look after your minor children (testamentary guardians)
We will also meet with you to execute your Will once it is finalised (ACT residents only)