Protecting your Assets as you Enter into Marriage
A pre-nuptial agreement signed by two people before marriage, setting out what they have agreed about the sharing of income and assets in the event of a divorce or separation, is a sensible course of action.
One party may have inherited assets they want to keep within their family, or one of you might have built up a portfolio of property that you both agree should not be regarded as a shared asset.
Because Prevention is Better than Cure
Although pre-nuptial agreements are not binding in law as yet, at the very least, they are deemed highly influential in subsequent divorce proceedings.
We will help you reach your agreement in a non confrontational and sensitive way. Remember that prevention is often better than cure and a robustly drafted agreement will have a good chance of standing up and protecting your interests and assets.