The call for UK law on Prenuptial Agreements to change is gaining momentum.
Recent decisions in the Supreme Court mean that Judges are under a greater duty than ever before to give due weight to any Prenuptial Agreement into which a spouse has entered freely. This effectively means that married couples and civil partners are increasingly able to regulate the future enjoyment of their assets.
The Family Team at Fosters offers a service in which we will negotiate, draft and advise you on suitable terms for a Prenuptial Agreement consistent with all your needs post separation and divorce or civil partnership dissolution.
If you want more advice about Prenuptial Agreements, please feel free to speak in confidence to one of our Family Lawyers.
Prenuptial Agreements Frequently Asked Questions
- Can I change a Prenuptial Agreement once I have entered into it?
- Can I make a Prenuptial Agreement once I have got married?
- Who can enter into a Prenuptial Agreement?
- Are Prenuptial Agreements binding?
- What is a Prenuptial Agreement or a "Prenup"?
Fosters Solicitors team of Family lawyers have a wealth of experience and knowledge to assist you in relation to any legal query or matter you may have. Call us on 01603 620508 or complete our online enquiry form and a member of the department will be in touch very soon.
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