Nuptial Agreements

Request a free consultation or download our ‘Guide to making a pre-nuptial or co-habitation agreement’

If you are planning to live with or marry your partner it comes with many legal and financial implications, especially when you are buying property together or having children.

A pre-nuptial, post-nuptial agreement or a co-habitation agreement is designed to protect you and can prevent disputes over the division of finances and assets in the unfortunate event that your circumstances change and you need to separate.

Although it is not a legal requirement to enter into a nuptial agreement, we encourage couples to consider making such arrangements in connection with planning for the future with their relationship or marriage. This shouldn’t be seen as a negative to your future relationship – like any insurance policy, it is designed to protect you, should you ever need it.

Please use the form to request a free consultation, call 01296 509985 or download our ‘Guide to making pre-nuptial or co-habitation agreement’.

    Making a prenuptial or cohabitation agreement

    We have prepared a brief digital guide on creating a pre-nuptial or co-habitation agreement. The document clearly explains the purpose of an agreement and what to consider.

    Download Our Guide


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    Protecting family assets

    A pre-nup is a way of ring-fencing assets handed down by gift or inheritance and intended for future generations: descendants rather than those who marry into the family.

    A pre-nuptial agreement protects your children

    As well as protecting your financial position, a cohabitation or prenuptial agreement can address matters relating to children, including financial provision for them.

    Preparing for a meeting

    Our guide is useful to read through before you join us for a free consultation. We are here to help you find a clear and concise way to safeguard your financial position.

    Cameron KinrossNuptial Agreements – Aylesbury