Prenuptial agreements can be viewed negatively by some. However, no one can know what the future may hold and it is reality, sadly, that around 40% of marriages end in divorce.
Prenuptial agreements are becoming more common and we are seeing many people entering into their second marriages using prenuptial agreements to protect their children’s inheritance or pre-existing assets.
A prenuptial agreement is a legal agreement that can protect your interests in the event of a divorce, helping settle any possible future disputes over who is entitled to what. They can detail what existing assets will not be shared for example, a home, or what would happen with joint assets bought together in the future.
You can visit the Digby Brown Family Law website for more information or if you would like further advice or to speak about your circumstances, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our prenuptial agreement solicitors either by calling 0333 200 5925, or email email@example.com