A recent case on setting aside financial agreements has been added to the By Lawyers 101 Family Law Answers publication.
Section 90K(1) of the Family Law Act 1975 provides for the limited circumstances in which a court will consider setting aside financial agreements entered into by married couples. The equivalent section for de facto couples is s 90UM.
In Frederick & Frederick  FamCAFC 87, the Full Bench of the Family Court set aside a financial agreement on the grounds that there had been a material change in the circumstances relating to the care, welfare and development of a child of the marriage and the applicant would suffer hardship if the agreement were not set aside – s 90K(1)(d).
See 101 Family Law Answers and the By Lawyers Family Law commentary for more information.