Pre-nuptial Agreement

Are you about to get married and thinking of putting a pre-nuptial agreement (“pre-nup”) in place to ensure that your money and property are safe?

Pre-nuptial agreement is a legal agreement made between two individuals before their marriage has taken place. The agreement usually sets out how the couple wish their assets to be divided between them if they later separate or divorce. Although prenups are not legally binding, courts in England & Wales will take them into consideration.

These are the most important things to know about pre-nuptial agreements:

  1. A prenup lets you and your spouse decide how you will divide your assets if you break up in the future.
  2. No two prenups are the same, and your prenup can include any assets you want, such as property, business assets, inheritance, savings and even what happens to your pets.
  3. Prenups aren’t legally binding, but they are certainly taken into consideration by family courts in England and Wales.
  4. A judge will only enforce a prenup if they are satisfied that both people took independent legal advice before signing the prenup, the agreement is fair and reasonable, and it meets the needs of the children (if there are any)
  5. A prenup can help to avoid a potential 50/50 split of assets, including any that were acquired before the marriage.

You are in safe hands, and we are here to help. We offer a FREE, no-obligation consultation, which you can arrange by calling now 0208 528 3171. We will provide you with clear advice as to your options and how to proceed.

We are experts in pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, with more than seven years of experience helping clients. We helped hundreds of couples to prepare their pre-nuptial agreements. This means that if you wish to put a pre-nuptial agreement in place, we can advise you on the available options suitable for your particular circumstances:

How we can help

If you need initial legal advice by consultation or detailed telephone call, please call us for 

  • legal advice on the implications of signing a prenup 
  • informing you of the financial information needed and drafting a schedule setting out your respective financial positions
  • drafting the pre-nuptial agreement to reflect the agreement you have reached with your partner

If you then choose to take your case forward with us, we can advise and assist you at all stages of the process. This will include drafting your pre-nuptial agreement by advising you on what to include.

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