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  • Overview

    Whilst such agreements cannot override the discretion of the Court when deciding financial matters upon divorce, judges must now take the terms of these agreements into account as a relevant factor when deciding such issues. They can provide strong evidence of the intentions of both parties about what should happen in the event that the marriage breaks down.

    The enforceability of prenuptial or premarital agreements will depend largely upon the document being properly drafted in good time before a wedding and with both parties having full and frank disclosure of the financial position of the other at the time.

    It is also important that both parties have had the benefit of independent legal advice and any other expert advice as may be necessary.

    We can advise you about the issues to consider when entering into a prenuptial or premarital agreement and can negotiate the terms of such agreements on your behalf.

    We can also offer you support from our Wills, Trusts & Tax Planning team. We have strong links with local tax and pensions experts for additional advice if necessary.

    For further information please contact one of the team.

  • Latest Updates

    Ending the ‘Blame Game’ – The Need for Divorce Reform?

    FAQ: Family

    Update on prenuptial agreements

    Every so often there is a high profile wedding or divorce which highlights throughout the media the role of prenuptial agreements. It is certainly the case that more couples are entering into a prenuptial agreement before they marry. In early 2016, when Cheryl Cole’s marriage broke down, there was a lot of speculation in the media as to whether she and her husband had entered into a prenuptial agreement, and if they hadn’t, what the extent of his potential claim against her might be.

    Top 25 UK Law Firm

    We are pleased to receive, for another year, the accolade from eprivateclient of being listed as one of the Top 25 Law Firms in the UK.

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