Pre and Postnuptial Agreements In Solihull
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It might not be the most romantic topic, but a pre or postnuptial agreement can strengthen your relationship. When you enter into a marriage or a civil partnership with a plan in place for separation, you can focus on what matters the most.
As the name suggests, a prenuptial agreement is created in advance of your wedding or civil partnership. It is typically created between 2-3 months ahead of your ceremony. A postnuptial agreement can be created at any time after you are married. If you significantly increase your wealth following marriage, it can be helpful to know how this will be divided should your relationship break down. We can help to bring clarity and expertise to your situation, ensuring you create an agreement that is fair and balanced.
Pre and postnuptial agreements explained
If your relationship should break down, a pre or postnuptial agreement will determine how your assets are divided following a divorce or dissolution of your civil partnership. Having clear guidelines in place can help many couples to strengthen their relationship. For example, this type of agreement can create financial consequences for infidelity. We help couples to set the parameters of their agreements, ensuring fairness and transparency. A pre or postnuptial agreement can:
Determine who is entitled to marital assets
Protect inheritance for children and grandchildren
Determine financial consequences for divorce or dissolution
Protect one spouse from a partner’s debt
Allow one partner to retain control of a business
When business interests are involved, we recommend speaking to our company formation team. We can also provide support and guidance on wills, trust and probate.
Frequently asked questions
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