Prenuptial Agreements

Pre-nuptial & Post-Nuptial agreements

If you are planning to marry, you might want to consider a pre-nuptial agreement which will detail what you and your future spouse or civil partner are entitled to should the marriage fail.

Although pre-nuptial agreements are not legally binding in England and Wales at the moment, they are an important consideration of any Court during divorce proceedings following the decision in Radmacher (formerly Granatino) v Granatino 2010.

Post-Nuptial Agreements, entered into following a marriage, are considered to be legally binding following the Privy Council Isle of Man 2008 decision in MacLeod v MacLeod.

Parrish Family Law can take a comprehensive look at your circumstances and help you draw up a pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement, whether you are marrying for the first time and bringing your own assets into the relationship, or marrying a second time and simply wanting to formalise any potential share of assets at a later date.

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