Prenuptial agreements

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Something old, something new. Something borrowed, something blue. With The Big Day ahead, it’s important that everything is just right and nothing is forgotten.

At Talbots Law, we believe the best celebrations come when all the worries are taken care of. Our prenuptial agreement solicitors can help you and your partner to get it all in writing, settling any possible future disputes before they arise.

Marriage is a landmark in your journey. It’s the moment you decide to share your life with that special person. Naturally, the last thing on a couples mind before getting married is the thought of breaking up. That’s why many forget about or simply don’t see the purpose of prenuptial agreements.

At Talbots Law, we believe that just like your wedding day, a little planning goes a long way. Our prenuptial agreement solicitors aren’t here to predict the future, and we can’t tell you how your marriage will go. We simply advise from experience: planning for the worst, but only for the best.

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Why should I choose Talbots prenuptial agreement solicitors?

At Talbots, we see ourselves as relationship specialists. When it comes to couples, we’ve seen it all. We also believe that if there’s a chance we can protect you from any potential disputes in the future, we should try our best to do so. Every couple is different. For every couple that we’ve helped to draft a prenuptial agreement, we’ve learnt something new. So, with our many years experience, you can count on us to help you safeguard your assets and do so quickly, but effectively. Whatever concerns you may have; our solicitors are ready to listen and provide high quality advice that answers your questions and meets your needs.

What is a prenuptial agreement?

A prenuptial agreement is an agreement that couples enter into before getting married. It’s one simple document that states how assets would be divided in the eventuality of divorce. Both parties will settle issues in advance, deciding on matters such as property, finances and children before saying “I do.”

Couples who take the time to draft a prenuptial agreement usually find that the process itself allows them to discuss important issues nice and early, saving potential arguments in the future. It’s this sense of security that only comes from making these decisions, and making them official.

Is a prenuptial agreement legally binding?

Ultimately, it is true that Judges have the power to overrule a prenuptial agreement during the divorce process. However, this tends to happen if the Courts believe that the terms stated in the agreement are no longer valid; when circumstances have changed considerably or the terms agreed put children at risk. In most cases, Judges will take the prenuptial agreement into consideration, and even more so if it is clear and specific.

So, when you instruct our prenuptial agreement solicitors, we will leave no stone unturned. We’ll make sure you’re both satisfied with your decisions before letting you get back to the marriage preparations.

Remember, the team of prenuptial agreement solicitors will always be here if things change. Prenuptial agreements can be amended, and we’ll be at hand to make it a quick and easy process for both of you, whenever you need.

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