- Family Law
- Divorce & Civil Partnership Dissolution
- Cohabitation & Separation
- Financial Provision
- Pensions (including Armed Forces)
- Collaborative Law
- Domestic Violence
- Pre-nuptial & Post-nuptial Agreements
- Change of Name
Pre-Nuptial & Post-Nuptial Agreements
Although marriage/civil partnership is not something to enter into with the thought that it is not going to work sometimes it is wise to enter into agreements regarding property and assets beforehand.
This means that in the sad event of the relationship breaking down there is an agreement which can be used to help resolve your troublesome circumstances. This might be particularly important if there are children from a previous marriage to take into consideration.
Agreements can also be drawn up during the marriage/civil partnership to assist in resolving disputes over property/assets should you separate in the future.