These are documented, clear agreements designed to give peace of mind to both parties. They are especially important if any of the following apply:
– You want to protect an inheritance (or future inheritance)
– There are shared assets that would be difficult to split equally, such as property
– You have children from another relationship and want to protect their inheritance rights or reserve them certain assets
– One or both parties own their own business
– One or both parties has outstanding debt (a ‘debt clause’ can prevent you being liable)
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Are prenuptial agreements legally binding?
Prenuptial agreements are not legally enforceable in England and Wales. But a prenuptial agreement is more likely to be upheld if:
- It is signed at least 28 days before the wedding day
- Its contents are reasonable
- Its contents are clearly not out of date (providing for future children, for example, and preferably a review after a period of time)
- It is properly drafted by a solicitor, with both parties having received independent legal advice and provided full financial disclosure
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