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Pre-Nuptial & Post-Nuptial Agreements

We help you to safeguard what matters most in case of any future dispute.

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A pre-nuptial agreement (prenup) is a common, sensible and pragmatic way to protect your assets prior to getting married or entering a civil partnership.

If you’re already married or in a civil partnership, it’s also possible to enter into a postnuptial agreement (postnup).

Both prenups and postnups essentially act as ‘insurance policies’ — safeguarding trusts, businesses or other assets in the event of any dispute during future divorce or dissolution proceedings.

Our expertise

Our award-winning family law team is experienced in providing realistic and sound advice in relation to both pre- and post-nuptial agreements. We understand how hard it can be to talk about what may happen if you separate before you’re even married. That’s why we work closely with you to manage the emotion of the situation and take steps to minimise any conflict or raised tensions when negotiating terms.

We work closely with our private client law experts to carefully draft the terms of such agreements — often acting for wealthy individuals and families as well as celebrities and entrepreneurs — and work with complex assets such as businesses and trusts, so you can have confidence that you’re speaking to the experts. We always go the extra mile to ensure that your prenup is signed prior to your wedding date and help you to achieve your objectives.

As experts in international family law, we also assist with prenups and postnups where assets are based in different countries worldwide. This expertise is bolstered by our memberships with the Association of European Lawyers and Eurolegal. We can create mirror agreements or liaise with international lawyers to ensure that an agreement will be valid in multiple jurisdictions.

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