Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements solicitors
Although couples do not marry expecting that their relationship will break down, it is becoming increasingly common for couples to enter a prenuptial agreement, commonly known as a pre-nup.
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A prenuptial agreement sets out arrangements, which both parties have agreed, should a marriage breakdown, or should a spouse pass away. The purpose of a prenup is to encourage solutions to be made with as little emotional stress and expense as possible. Matters that can be addressed in a prenup include:
- Financial settlements
- Division of assets
- Details about future arrangements for children
- Property and estate claims
Our pre-nup solicitors
Our pre-nuptial agreement solicitors have helped many people protect their assets by drafting a pre-nup agreement to ease tension should they separate from their partner.
We aim to give you the peace of mind during your marriage that your assets are protected. Our solicitors are on hand to draw up agreements, answer your questions or represent you should you need to go to court if there is a challenge to the provisions of a pre-nuptial agreement.
Post- nuptial agreements
A post-nuptial agreement is very similar to a pre-nuptial agreement, setting out which assets each party should receive if the relationship should come to an end – except it is made after the marriage or civil partnership has taken place. This can also be approached as a way of reviewing or varying an existing prenuptial agreement.
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