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Family Law

Prenuptial Agreements

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Family Law: Prenuptial Agreements

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Entering into a marriage is an exciting time for you and your partner, and it’s important for both parties to consider their financial forward planning as part of their preparation. Our experienced and qualified solicitors can help you and your partner to prepare a pre-partnership (prenuptial) or cohabitation agreement, making the process smooth and stress free.

Why choose Hodge Jones & Allen?

If you are entering into a marriage then you should be aware of your legal rights. Our approachable and professional team are experienced in arranging prenuptial agreements and will be able to advise you on the most appropriate way forward, helping to avoid unpleasant surprises if you were to separate.

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Entering into a Prenuptial Agreement

A prenuptial agreement is entered into prior to the marriage to regulate how each party is to hold their assets while they are married and in the event of a separation.

Such an agreement is never made with the intention of separating. It is more commonly viewed as a responsible act and is becoming more common and increasingly accepted by the Courts. Should your marriage come to an end, such preparation can have significant influence on a divorce or dissolution settlement.

It is important to consider whether a prenuptial agreement – carefully and sensitively approached – may be appropriate for you. Our family law team can advise whether it would be sensible for you and your partner to enter into such an agreement and address a number of areas, including;

  • Helping you to consider the relevant issues
  • Guiding you through any sensitive discussions
  • Preparing the required paperwork