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A prenuptial agreement is a contract that is signed by both you and your partner before you get married or enter into a civil partnership, setting out what should happen if your relationship were to break down.
Prenuptial agreements can be very useful in circumstances where there are assets that have been acquired before the relationship started, which should be protected in the event of a divorce. This is particularly true if this is a second marriage for one or both of the parties and there are children from previous relationships to consider.
We will help you consider whether or not a prenuptial agreement is right for us and provide you with guidance and advice to assist you through this process.
If you are already married or the wedding date is very close, we can prepare a postnuptial agreement, which, just like a prenuptial agreement, will clearly set out what the financial arrangements will be in the event the relationship breaks down.