Pre-Nuptial, Post-Nuptial and Cohabitation Agreements

    Increasingly, couples are seeking to enter into agreements before they marry or cohabit, to avoid disputes in the future by recording their intentions in the event that the relationship breaks down.
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    Pre-Nuptial, Post-Nuptial and Cohabitation Agreements

    Increasingly, couples are seeking to enter into agreements before they marry or cohabit to avoid disputes in the future by recording their intentions in the event that the relationship breaks down. English law will now respect those agreements as long as they are prepared carefully and properly. 

    At Seddons, our team has the experience of preparing such agreements ranging from the straightforward to the very complex. We understand that the process can require sensitive handling. We want to help you achieve the right outcome with the minimum possible fuss and distraction.

    There are many other areas in which it may be prudent for married or cohabiting couples – and their wider families – to enter into agreements to acknowledge and protect financial contributions that have been made or to make commitments for dealing with such issues in the future. Working closely with our Private Client team we are able to offer a comprehensive service of advice and representation to ensure the right outcome for you and your family.

    It is also increasingly common for separating couples to seek to resolve their financial arrangements without troubling the Courts and without necessarily going through the process of divorce. We believe that you should be empowered to take the right decisions in the right way at the right time and are able to offer advice and representation to put these decisions into practice.
     

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