Brockbanks specialises in Nuptial Law. We provide couples with Pre nuptial and Post nuptial agreements designed to protect them in the event of divorce.
These agreements can help to ensure that both partners are treated fairly in the event that a marriage comes to an end.
A Pre Nuptial agreement is an agreement for couples prior to marriage or entering into a civil partnership. Its main purpose is to record how the couple would divide assets should the marriage or civil partnership end. Often, a Pre Nuptial agreement lists the assets that one or both of the partners owns prior to the marriage in order to protect them in the event of divorce.
The traditional rule was that prenuptial agreements were not enforceable in England and Wales. However, in recent years the courts have been increasingly prepared to take them into account in divorce proceedings.
A Post Nuptial agreement is similar, but is made after a couple have already been married or entered into a civil partnership.
Our Nuptial Law specialists can provide honest, tailored advice on the right agreements to suit your circumstances. Working with you and your partner, we will provide honest advice and guidance to protect your future interests.