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At present, around 50% of marriages now end in divorce. Once married, all assets can become matrimonial assets. A prenuptial agreement is a document that the parties enter into prior to marriage, that records the division of assets should the parties divorce at some point in the future.
Anyone contemplating marriage should consider whether a pre-nuptial agreement should be entered into. Both parties should have independent legal advice before entering into such an agreement.
The recent Supreme Court case of Radmacher v Granatino has recorded for the first time that pre-nuptial agreements are now enforceable. It is important that both parties receive professional and specialist advice before entering into a pre-nuptial agreement.
Rowlinsons family team are here to answer all of your questions regarding pre-nuptial agreements, their enforceability, and impact for you financially.
For more information on Family Law contact Rowlinsons Solicitors on 01928 735 333.