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Pre-Nuptial & Post-Nuptial Agreements

Pre-nuptial agreements, prenup (or pre-civil partnership agreements) are becoming a more common feature of marriages in the UK. However, there are a number of requirements in law to be complied with if you want to ensure that your prenup will be effective.

It is important to note that while Pre-nuptial agreements are not legally binding or enforceable in the UK, they are often taken into account so long as they meet a rigorous criteria: including both parties obtaining independent legal advice, the provision of financial disclosure and that the document needs to be finalised no later than 28 days prior to a marriage.

To be sure that you get the guidance and expert drafting you need, speak to one of our family law solicitors about a prenup as early as possible.

A post-nuptial agreement (or post-civil partnership agreement) is similar to a prenup but is entered into after the marriage. If you are married but think you should have considered a prenup, we can assist with a post-nuptial agreement.

Cohabitation Agreements

Many couples in the UK now live together, outside a marriage or civil partnership. If you want to set down your legal rights in certain areas of your relationship with your partner, we recommend that you draw up a cohabitation agreement from the outset which outlines the rights and obligations of each partner towards each other. Cohabitation agreements can deal with a range of issues including:

Entering into a cohabitation agreement can avoid costly disputes if the relationship does unfortunately break down. A cohabitation agreement must be carefully drafted by a specialist solicitor to ensure that it will be effective if the relationship does break down and our expert family law team can guide you through this process.

Call us today on 01234 35 80 80 and let one of our qualified team reassure you

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