Getting Married

Pre-Nuptial & Pre-Civil Partnership Agreements

A legal document might be the last thing on your mind in the run up to your wedding or civil partnership but a Nuptial Agreement offers clarity as to what happens to your own assets and any assets acquired during the marriage or civil partnership should the relationship break down. Not the stuff of fairytales but vital for peace of mind.

Whilst “pre-nups” are often associated with celebrities, a Nuptial Agreement is a sensible way to protect your assets after marrying, removing doubt, worries and insecurities on both sides so you can focus on what is really important, knowing your interests and those of your partner are protected.

A Nuptial Agreement allows both parties to clearly specify how their money, properties and inheritances are to be treated or ring fenced should the marriage break down.

Some couples decide to have an Agreement prepared after they are married. These are known as Post-Nuptial Agreements and work in the same way as a Pre-Nuptial Agreement.

We understand that this can be a thorny issue for some couples, but we make it as painless as possible. Request a call back and we can talk you through the process.