By drafting a pre or post-nuptial/civil partnership agreement, we can help you avoid disputes if you ever separate or divorce.
What's a pre or post-nuptial agreement?
A pre-nuptial, post-nuptial or civil partnership agreement sets out what happens to assets and financial arrangements if your relationship breaks down, which can help you avoid disputes in the future.
Initially an American concept, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements are becoming ever more popular now in the UK. At the moment, these agreements are not fully binding in the English courts. But there’s a belief that the courts should uphold them, providing that certain conditions are fulfilled and it would be fair to do so.
How we help you
Our specialist family lawyers can advise on whether these agreements are suitable for you. And we’ll support and guide you through the whole process.
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