Offering a certain level of protection, a prenup sets out the ownership of belongings (money, assets and property) and what will happen to them in the event of a breakdown of the relationship.
However, it is important to note that in England and Wales, they are not legally binding, and it is critical to consider the conditions in which the prenup is created and when.
For example, it was signed at least 21 days before the wedding, it’s reasonable, up-to-date and was drafted by a family lawyer with both parties receiving legal advice and providing full financial disclosure.
Our expert family lawyers will advise you on this and are experienced in drafting a wide range of prenups, from multi-million agreements with complicated assets to smaller agreements covering property and inheritance for children. We’ve even had several covering the family dog.