Recent case law has meant that prenuptial agreements are now taken into account by the Court when considering how to deal with financial matters on the breakdown of a marriage or dissolution of a civil partnership.
There are many misunderstandings about prenuptial agreements and it is important that you have specific specialist advice about your situation.
Considering a prenuptial agreement does not mean that you and your prospective spouse need to be in dispute. Many couples enter prenuptial agreements because it suits both of their particular circumstances. It is important that both parties are legally represented.
We can work cooperatively with your prospective spouse’s solicitors to negotiate and agree a prenuptial agreement that’s right for you.
It is important to seek advice at an early stage as prenuptial agreements should not be entered in the weeks preceding a marriage.
We have experience in dealing with prenuptial agreements and access to specialist Counsel in those cases where that is needed.
If you wish to discuss your possible requirements for a prenuptial agreement please contact us for an appointment.
Please contact Sharon Montgomery, who will be able to provide further information.