Ladies Finance Club's - 10 Things to know before you tie the knot! - Shared screen with speaker view
Yep - no problem!
What a crew!!
Notting Hill for sure!
Walk to remember
My best friends wedding
Oh wait - maybe the notebook. Also good.
Beauty and the Beast lol
Breakfast at Tiffanys!
me before you
Love Story (1970)https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0066011/
Ladies Finance Club
Love it ladies
Before moving in with each other or sharing bills in other ways.
I agree with what Kelly said
I think it's an appropriate time to discuss when you're getting serious, like moving in or getting engaged
As it becomes a serious relationship I think, moving in together (or a little bit after wards!
When you’re moving in together
I think having a general chat fairly early on to understand your partner’s general attitude towards money is an important factor to take into consideration before ‘getting serious’ (I think this factor contributes to evaluating the *choice to get more serious* in the first place)
Yes - money mindset and story will absolutely drive your behaviours around money. Understanding this for yourself and for your partner is a great place to start! What’s your money story? What do you think/feel about money? Spender/Saver etc.
He’s great isn’t he?!
Conversation starters! <3 The LFC is da best!
How much does it cost to get a financial agreement?
can you show the 18 questions again please?
Hi ladies, great conversation! I joined late so may have missed it, but is there a card you'd recommend for shared expenses for couples? And do you recommend credit or debit card?
If you are “offical” but do not live together, nor share finances at all, does this count as ‘de facto’ and have legal implications?
Link to 18 questions: https://www.ladiesfinanceclub.com/18-questions-you-need-to-ask-your-partner-about-money/
How much does it cost to get a financial agreement drawn up? A financial agreement needs both parties to have law representation however can you have a financial agreement drawn up and then wait a while (months?) before approaching it with your partner?
Sorry if too specific (or if there’s not enough time) but - to build upon that question of the threshold of ‘de facto’ - a recent LFC event talked about death and wills, so for instance in that situation - if you didn’t have a will, would that threshold contribute to your money going to a partner (even not living together / with separate $ etc) rather than a family member?
Thank you ladies so much! Really in-depth answers and easy to understand :)
These are great questions, ladies! Thanks for engaging so much! xx
Thanks so much ladies! Excellent webinar :)
Thanks for the info about the Financial Agreement cost and duress issues
Thank you - practical tips - the questions are excellent and Tessa's examples were great.
Thanks so much for this! Learned what a financial agreement is and why they could be important :)
Had no idea financial agreement could be at any stage of a relationship! Sometimes scary to bring up with a partner but interesting.
Thank you this was all so helpful. Really good to understand the definition of defacto, Tessa explained it so clearly. Thanks for sharing the knowledge ladies!
Thanks Ladies! Great Webinar!!
Thank you so much, LFC and speakers!! So generous and lovely. Best wishes to all.