Its the last thing on your mind when you are planning to get married and hopefully would never occur, however if you were to split up in future there are several issues that could cause severe anxiety and a bitter separation on top of the emotional bruising, financial disputes being a major one. Its therefore wise to consider the consequences and in some cases formulate a formal pre-nuptial agreement that states what would happen to your assets if the worse happens.
Family Law – Pre-marital arrangements
Is a Prenuptial Agreement for You?
Sometimes referred to as break-up insurance, prenuptial agreements can be particularly useful if:
Jennings solicitors have vast experience in pre-marital agreements. Our experts will discuss your situation in confidence and present the options available to you so that you can assess if a pre-nuptial agreement would be suitable for you.
Why Choose Jennings for Family Law Advice?
Our family law team specialise in providing expert advice in all areas of family law, including divorces and separations that affect children and domestic abuse:
How We Can Help You Write Your Pre-Marital Agreement
Our family law solicitors will work to understand your circumstances and then recommend an agreement that is tailored to your specific needs. We understand that this is a highly personal legal document and you can rely on us to treat the matter with sensitivity and care.
We can offer you clear, practical advice in plain English, keeping legal jargon to a minimum. We also aim to help you weigh up the pros and cons of different clauses and conditions that need to be laid down in the document. This will mean you can come to the right agreement for you, and feel confident about the protection and allocation of your assets, whatever the future may hold.
We also advise on post-marital agreements. This is a written agreement you can formulate after getting married, allowing you to protect yourself and your assets.
Members of The Solicitors Family Law Association
Mrs Claire Smith, Head of the Family Law Department, is a member of the Solicitors Family Law Association. This is an organisation of Family Law Solicitors which aims to promote fair and conciliatory solutions to the issues arising at times of family breakdowns or crisis. The code of practice relevant to the SFLA is prepared for solicitors and is designed to benefit you in the way the work is undertaken.