Pre & Post Nuptial Agreements
No one wants to think about a marriage breaking down before they get married but statistics show that the probability is that most marriages will break down. Even if the separation is amicable, relationships can deteriorate rapidly when coming to resolve the finances on the breakdown of a marriage.
One way to avoid this acrimonious end to the relationship is to prepare in advance by drawing up a Pre-Nuptial Agreement so that you agree how assets are to be distributed should the marriage come to an end. This is particularly important if one party comes into the marriage with substantial assets or have family assets that need to be protected.
We can help you draw up this legal contract between the two of you and steer you through the procedure for it to be as legally binding as possible. The content of it will depend entirely upon your own personal circumstances and what you want to have in it.
Even if you have already married, it is possible to draw up a post-nuptial agreement in similar terms to the pre-nuptial agreement.
If you are about to get married or have recently married and you would like a free, no obligation chat, please call Sharon Blackstone on 01737 735077 or email me to arrange a convenient time to talk.