CODR is the expert online dispute resolution system
Fast, efficient and built so you are in the driver’s seat
CODR provides online solutions to issues and disputes for people who don’t have time or money to waste on a costly legal process. Online agreements and dispute resolution for those who just want to get things sorted.
About to get married or move in together? We’ll walk you through the simple process of creating your own Relationship Property Agreement or pre-nup online.
Don’t make separating any harder than it needs to be. Resolve your relationship property disputes quickly and easily online with CODR and split your assets quickly and fairly.
Your dispute can be dealt with confidentially, quickly and expertly. We provide online access to experts who assist you to resolve your problem using established methods of dispute resolution. Far cheaper than going to court.
Who’s using CODR?
Aidan* and his partner had been married for over 7 years with three kids and some assets. However, things had changed and although there was tension in their relationship surrounding child-care arrangements, they were able to use an agreement to separate and determine how they would split their debt, pension funds from employers, as well as detail responsibilities over the children. Aidan’s partner was a shift worker and found it difficult to go into a local law firm during normal business hours. Hence, Aidan went online to see whether there were other more flexible options and came across CODR’s online service. CODR was able to provide Aidan and his partner with certification outside of normal business hours in the evening and weekend. Aidan mentioned that the professionalism and level of service meant he would recommend this service to others.
Aidan | SEPARATION AGREEMENT
Stacey* is in her late 20s and in a stable long-term relationship with her partner. They are both in similar financial situations but Stacey’s parents have loaned to them a sum of money to put towards their deposit on a house in Auckland. Because of this, Stacey’s parents wanted in writing that her partner would not be able to claim a portion of the home attributable to her parent’s gift. Stacey and her partner decided to contract out of the Act as they expected to be living together for over three years and get married in the near future. Stacey’s lawyer also suggested clauses that would protect Stacey in the event that they might have children together in the future.
Stacey | CONTRACTING OUT AGREEMENT
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