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Pre-marital or post-marital agreements are often referred to as 'pre-nups' or ‘post nups’ . The purpose of the pre-marital agreement or post-marital is to form an agreement relating to the individual assets of each party prior to entering into the contract of marriage and terms can also be discussed and agreed concerning future joint property and its division should the relationship end.

Post-nuptial agreements are similar, but are made after the marriage has been celebrated. As such they can be made any time after – months or years. A feature of post-nups is that they are regularly reviewed.

Although these agreements remain non-binding on the Court, the Court have stated that they are willing to take them into account and are doing so more and more.

Please contact us directly to discuss what options are available to you in relation to pre-marital agreements.

Read more information about pre and post nup agreements here.

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For more information relating to pre-marital agreements or to put your mind at ease,
call JLS Solicitors today on 01252 726 741

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