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Pre and Post nuptial agreements
Demelza Wrigley

Demelza Wrigley
Associate Solicitor

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Latest statistics show that up to 42% of marriages end in divorce.  Whilst a pre-nuptial agreement may seem unromantic when you are planning a wedding, it is something you should give careful consideration to.

It may be that you have children from a previous relationship and you want to ensure that any assets which solely belong to you will go to them.  Alternatively, you may have significant assets that you want to protect in the unfortunate event that your marriage ends in divorce.

This can be a complicated area of law and its advisable to seek expert legal advice from a specialist family law solicitor.  There are certain formalities which need to be fulfilled to make any agreement you reach as binding as possible. 

At Bell & Buxton Solicitors we have prepared many pre-nuptial agreements, some covering assets over £1,000,000 and others for smaller amounts.  Whatever the value, we understand that protecting this money is important to you and we will work in your best interests to help you achieve your objectives.

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