(i) the impact of the agreement on the rights of that Party; A binding financial agreement (sometimes called a “pre-nup”) is a private agreement that couples can enter into to deal with financial and wealth issues in the event of a relationship breakdown. Such agreements could be concluded in accordance with Part VIIIA or Part VIIIAB of the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth). Divorced couples who wish to conclude all matters of a financial nature in dispute between them, including the maintenance of spouses, the maintenance of children and the division of property. If there is a split superannuation in the agreement, the declaration must not be made to the representative more than 28 days before service of the notification. .