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Pre and post nuptial and pre and post civil partnership agreements

Pre and Post Nuptial / Civil Partnership Agreements

A well-drafted and properly executed pre or post nuptial/civil partnership agreement may help to protect your assets should your relationship end in divorce or dissolution. Although not binding in England and Wales, a court will consider such an agreement when determining financial claims if certain requirements are met.

If you’re thinking about putting an agreement in place, our family lawyers will discuss with you the pros and cons of an agreement in the context of your own specific circumstances and help to create a pre/post nuptial agreement that will meet your requirements and protect your assets in the best possible way.

Email the head of the family team Jane Porter or call us on 01202 786104 to find out more.

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