This is particularly important for those entering into a second or subsequent marriage and who have assets from previous relationships, or those who have inherited or acquired pre-marriage which they wish to protect.
Our family law solicitors in Cannock and Lichfield, Staffordshire, can advise you on whether or not it is appropriate in your case to enter into a prenuptial agreement and how this will impact on you if there is a divorce or dissolution in the future.
Under the English law, although not legally binding, prenuptial and pre-partnership agreements can be taken into account by a court if your relationship does not work out. By setting out your intentions at the beginning, misunderstandings and disputes can hopefully be minimised in the future, providing you with security and peace of mind. Ansons family law team in Staffordhsire can assist you with this.
It is also possible to draw up a postnuptial agreement. This is an agreement made between spouses or civil partners during the marriage, or partnership, that seeks to regulate what would happen in the event that your relationship breaks down.Enquire about this service
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