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Our Prenuptial Agreement Experts offer you the same professional service as a high-street lawyer, just without the need for face-to-face meetings and excessive legal fees.

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Prenuptial Agreement Service – £849 

The ideal service for couples who want to obtain a Prenuptial Agreement before marriage when they have combined assets under £3M.
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High Net-Worth Prenuptial Agreement 

The ideal service for couples who want to obtain a Prenuptial Agreement before marriage when they have combined assets over £3M.
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Prenuptial Agreement Review – £399

The ideal service for couples who have reached a formal agreement but would like expert solicitors to review the terms and provide feedback.
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How To Get a Prenup With Divorce-Online

When you instruct our prenuptial agreement solicitors, you are embarking on a simpler and more cost-effective process than what traditional solicitors provide.

Here’s how we guide our clients through each step of the process:

Step 1: Initial Consultation Meet with one of our experienced family law solicitors to discuss your situation. We’ll listen to your concerns, answer your questions, and provide an overview of what a prenuptial agreement can do for you.

Step 2: Asset and Liability Disclosure Both parties will need to fully disclose their assets and liabilities. Transparency is key to a valid and enforceable agreement. We’ll help you compile a comprehensive financial statement.

Step 3: Agreement Drafting Based on your individual circumstances and discussions, we’ll draft an agreement that addresses your specific needs and concerns, from property division to spousal support and more.

Step 4: Review and Negotiation Both parties will have the opportunity to review the draft agreement. If necessary, negotiations will be conducted to reach a fair and mutually acceptable agreement. We can represent you during these negotiations to ensure your interests are protected.

Step 5: Independent Legal Advice It’s important that both parties receive independent legal advice to ensure that the agreement is entered into knowingly and voluntarily. This step also helps solidify the legal standing of the prenup.

Step 6: Signing the Agreement Once both parties agree to the terms and have received independent legal advice, the prenuptial agreement is signed. We recommend this be done well in advance of the wedding date to avoid any suggestion of duress.

Step 7: Safekeeping After the agreement is signed, we’ll ensure that it is properly executed and stored. We can keep a copy on file and advise you on how to store your personal copy securely.

Common Misconceptions About Prenuptial Agreements

In our experience, people tend to believe a lot of common myths about prenups.

Our prenuptial agreement solicitors have provided some misconceptions to stop believing:

  • Prenups are unfair to one party.
  • Prenuptial agreements are only for the wealthy.
  • Signing a prenup means you don’t trust your partner.
  • Prenups are only useful in the event of divorce.
  • Prenups are only for older couples or those entering second marriages.
  • A prenup can include terms about anything, including personal behavior and decisions.

Speak with our team for factual information to help you understand the true nature and benefits of prenuptial agreements in the UK.

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Why Use a Prenuptial Agreement Solicitor?

  • Helps you stay out of court
  • Take emotions out of divorce asset split negotiations
  • ‘Ring fence’ specific assets, such as businesses, or investments
  • Protect inheritance or previously acquired assets from marriage
  • Keep non-matrimonial assets separate
  • Open and honest communication to start the marriage

Quick Questions

Is a prenuptial agreement legally binding?

Prenuptial agreements (prenups) are not automatically legally binding in England and Wales in the same way as they are in some other jurisdictions.

However, while prenups are not strictly legally binding by law, they are increasingly being recognised and upheld by courts, provided certain conditions are met.

Can a prenup protect future earnings or assets?

Prenuptial agreements can often be used to protect future earnings or assets acquired during the marriage. However, the extent to which future earnings or assets can be protected depends on the terms of the agreement.

While prenups can provide some level of protection for future earnings or assets, the enforceability and effectiveness will depend on various factors.

Do both parties need their own solicitor?

In the UK, it is strongly advised that both parties seeking a prenuptial agreement (prenup) obtain independent legal advice. While it’s not strictly legally required for each party to have their own solicitor, it’s considered a best practice.

While it may increase the cost and complexity of the process to engage separate solicitors, it’s generally seen as a prudent investment to ensure that the prenup is fair, legally sound, and provides both parties with the protection they need.

How far in advance of the wedding should we arrange a prenup?

While there’s no set rule for how far in advance a prenup should be arranged, experts recommend starting the process at least several months before the wedding.

This allows ample time for discussion, negotiation, and legal review, ensuring that both parties feel comfortable and confident with the agreement before exchanging vows.

We’re Here To Help You

If you are facing the prospect of a divorce and require assistance with your financial settlement, our team of experienced divorce financial settlement solicitors can help you.

For expert advice and support, contact us to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards securing your financial future.

Please note that the content provided above is for informational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice. It is always recommended to seek professional legal advice for individual cases and circumstances.

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    Instructing local solicitors can cost £2000 – £5000 depending on where you live in the UK. We believe if you have done the preparatory work and reached an agreement on what happens to money and assets, then our fees should reflect that.