Can You Get A Prenup Online
Can you get a prenup online in the UK is a question being asked more and more. A prenuptial agreement is now considered to be an essential ‘insurance policy’ for those who want to protect their assets before entering into a marriage.
Many people in the UK are now choosing this strategy and not just those with a high net worth and lots of assets to protect.
We advise seeking professional advice on prenups before going ahead with selecting a law firm or solicitors’ practice. However, if both parties are in an agreement and have taken legal advice then getting a prenup online is a sensible option.
Prenuptial agreements can most definitely be obtained via online solicitors or legal services providers such as ourselves, and what’s more, you don’t need to spend over £1,000+ VAT on having a prenup contract drafted.
Prenuptial agreements are commonly referred to as ‘prenups’, which are legal contracts entered into prior to marriage that document how assets such as property, pensions, or money will be dealt with in the event of a divorce.
These types of agreements have been used in many other legal jurisdictions for years; however, over the last 10 years, the English & Welsh courts in the UK have come to recognise them.
Prenups in England and Wales are on the rise after multiple high-profile celebrity cases and the Radmacher case, where the supreme court upheld the pre-nuptial agreement.
So, what is a prenup and can I get one online? Let’s take a quick look and see what the law says about getting a prenup agreement online.
Can You Obtain a Prenup Agreement Online?
When considering obtaining a prenup agreement, most people will instantly move in the direction of local high-street solicitors.
The internet has opened up a whole new market for online legal services.
As a result, high-street solicitors are seeing less work go their way due to the excessive hourly rates charged in comparison to family law firms providing online services.
Prenuptial agreements are no different…
So, yes,prenuptial agreements can most definitely be obtained via online solicitors or legal services providers.
What’s more, you don’t need to spend over £1,000+ VAT on having a prenup drafted.
But don’t just take our word for it, read what we have to say below, together with our additional articles and resource to find out all you need to know about prenups before making up your mind!
Who is the best online prenup service?
Here are two highly recommended options, which can save you time, stress, and a lot of money when compared to hiring a local high street solicitors firm.
1) OLS Solicitors – Fixed Fee Service for £699 + VAT
OLS Solicitors are a boutique law firm with offices located in central England & south Wales and specialise in family law. They have helped thousands of clients in the UK obtain a prenup without breaking the bank.
They offer a fixed fee service for £699 plus VAT, which is a fully represented service that includes legal advice, to ensure you receive the best advice before getting started.
We encourage our clients to get quotes from several high street solicitors before coming back to us because we know they are 3 or 4 times more expensive. Also, and more importantly, they often provide a less efficient service than us.
If you are interested in receiving legal advice or the prenup drafting services from OLS Solicitors you can view their services on their website.
2) Divorce-Online – Fixed Fee Service for £699 Including VAT
Our Prenuptial Agreement Service is drafted by prenuptial agreement solicitors for just £699 including VAT. This fixed-fee service involves our qualified family law solicitors drafting the agreement to your individual specification.
A Judge, in the event of divorce proceedings, would look into whether both parties received adequate legal advice before signing the prenup, which is why it’s essential that you obtain legal advice before getting started.
As part of our service, you would receive professional legal advice on the implications of signing the agreement.
How often should you update a prenup?
As with other such agreements, prenuptial agreements should be periodically re-evaluated and updated to reflect any changes in your circumstances, e.g. buying a new home or having children.
We would advise you to look at your agreement every 4-5 years to ensure it’s up-to-date and accurate; this agreement then becomes a post-nuptial agreement.
Post-nuptials are also looked upon favourably by the courts in the event of a divorce.
If you would like free advice on obtaining a prenuptial agreement online via Divorce-Online please call us on 01793 384 029
Prenuptial Agreement Service – £699
This service is ideal for couples that want to obtain a prenuptial agreement before marriage without spending thousands of pounds on lawyers’ fees. The agreement is drafted by qualified solicitors and will be presented to you within 28-31 working days.