Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
Contact us to assist with your agreement
|0161 250 7771||
||07546 785 771
(24 hour helpline)
Experienced Legal Assistance - Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
All reviews comes from Trustpilot
All the advice you need on pre- and post-nuptial agreements
If you’re considering a pre- or post-nuptial agreement, you don’t have to deal with the legal complexities and negotiations on your own. We’ll support you through the entire process, and make it easy to understand your responsibilities.
Protect your relationship and your interests
It may feel rather bizarre and unromantic to be thinking about the end of a marriage – especially before your wedding day. Yet it’s increasingly common to put in place a pre- or post-nuptial agreement. Not only can couples protect their assets if the marriage does break down, but it also prevents stress and potential disagreements throughout the relationship.
However, it does involve having serious conversations now. Our experienced team will guide you through the process, easing you into these discussions while taking care of the paperwork for you. We’ll support you in negotiating the terms of the agreement and put together all the necessary documentation on your behalf.
While it might not be pleasant to think of the worst-case scenario, it will give you peace of mind when moving forward with your marriage. Our legal team will protect your long-term interests and provide you with complete clarity.
Start the conversation
If you’re considering a post- or pre-nuptial agreement, then it’s better to do it sooner rather than later. With our support, you’ll get the best outcome in any eventuality, so you can put any concerns to rest.
The solicitors of choice for pre- and post-nuptial agreements
What goes in the agreement is up to you. But to make sure you’ve considered it from all angles, it pays to seek out legal advice. You might also want to revisit your agreement later down the line when either your needs or the law changes.
Just some of the reasons why you may want to put terms in place include:
- To provide clarity around financial rearrangements and the division of assets following either a potential separation or the end of a marriage or civil partnership.
- To set out what happens to property if one partner dies.
- To protect the inheritance of children from a previous relationship.
- To financially safeguard yourself if you suspect that your spouse wouldn’t react well to a prospective divorce.
We recommend you take the following steps before entering into an agreement, and that you finalise terms at least four weeks before the marriage for pre-nuptial agreements:
- Full financial disclosure between you and your partner.
- Independent legal advice for both parties.
- A provision for review at specific points in the future, for instance after a set period of time or in the event of the birth or adoption of a child.
We’ve helped thousands of people, just like you, get the best outcome
Why Optimal Solicitors
We know that dealing with both the logical and emotional side of pre- and post-nuptial agreements is difficult. You want to get through the process as quickly as possible – and that’s why we work with speed.
Plus, you can be assured that your specific needs are being looked after. We have a fully tailored approach, offering various language capabilities and a network of specialists if you require them.
These types of agreement typically cover:
- Assets and belongings
- Debts (this includes settling outstanding debts)
- Any expected inheritances
- Any future income, including property
- Maintenance to be paid
- Insurance coverage
Safeguard your future with Optimal Solicitors
We’ll make sure that your needs are put first in your pre- or post-nuptial agreement. Get in touch today for a free consultation, and find out how we can support you.