Couples are increasingly entering into legally-binding agreements that regulate how practical matters will be dealt with should their relationship come to an end. These agreements provide reassurance and avoid uncertain, costly disputes that can arise in the future.
Whether you’re thinking about formalising your relationship through marriage or civil partnership, already in a formal relationship or considering separation, we can help you negotiate and draft an arrangement that’s tailored to your individual circumstances, protects your interests and is likely to be upheld by the courts. In sensitive family law matters, you can rest assured that our friendly and empathetic team will treat every aspect of your case delicately, without comprising on determination. Please contact us for more information.
A prenuptial agreement, also known as a pre-nup, is a formal contract entered into by a couple before they become spouses or civil partners. As well as addressing financial or business matters or ring-fencing certain assets, they can also provide for arrangements relating to children or any future maintenance payments and compensation.
A postnuptial agreement, also known as a post-nup, is a formal contract entered into by a couple during their marriage or civil partnership. As with prenuptial agreements, a postnuptial agreement sets out how assets and other matters are to be dealt with should the relationship come to an end. These agreements may be particularly useful if your circumstances drastically change during the course of the relationship.
A separation agreement is a formal contract entered into by a couple who are separating, divorcing or going through dissolution. If an agreement on financial matters and child arrangements can be reached, these agreements can mitigate the need for costly litigation and resorting to having important decisions made by the court.
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We deal with all aspects of family law, for people who are married, living together or in civil partnerships. We provide a sympathetic and caring service aimed at minimising stress and protecting children from conflict. If you are considering entering into a prenuptial, postnuptial or separation agreement, we can help you negotiate and draft terms that accurately reflect your individual circumstances and protect your interests. Please contact us for an initial, no obligation discussion on 0808 278 0545.