Pre-Nuptial Agreements are increasingly in the news. Recent developments in the law indicate an increasing trend on the part of the Courts to uphold these agreements. They can be extremely useful if one of the parties to an intended marriage wishes to preserve previously acquired assets from the jurisdiction of the divorce Courts should that unfortunate event occur.
You do not have to be rich and famous to consider entering into a Pre-Nuptial Agreement. Their uses can be wide and far-reaching. It need not represent a breakdown of trust in entering a marriage and they can be drafted to simply reflect the honest wishes and desires of two people entering into a marriage or civil partnership. We can advise and assist you in the need for and the preparation of Pre-Nuptial Agreements.