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Couples can enter into a Binding Financial Agreement at any time (you can already be married or in de-facto relationship). An agreement can help to reduce disputes if a couple separates later. It can also protect your business from a claim from your ex-partner. Binding Financial Agreements provide certainty and can cover many scenarios.
A Non-Disclosure agreement is a legal contract which allows you to share confidential information, such as trade secrets, when interacting with other people or organsiations such as potential investors, manufacturers and marketing and public relation firms. It ensures the person who gains access to the confidential information doesn't disclose it to a third party.
You may be able to make a complaint to Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA). AFCA can consider complaints about credit, finance and loans, insurance, banking deposits and payments, investments and financial advice and superannuation and investments.
Caveats can be lodged if you believe you have a legal claim to a property. They are often used during the breakdown of a relationship, where one partner wants to claim an interest in the property because they have been financially contributing to the property but their name is not on the property title. You must have a genuine interest at the time you lodge the caveat.