Nuptial agreements are agreements between partners or spouses who wish to set out their financial and property positions prior to or during a marriage. The most commonly referred to nuptial agreement is a pre-nuptial agreement entered into before two partners get married. There are also post-nuptial agreements entered into after marriage which can have the same effect.
In order to enter into a nuptial agreement both spouses have to agree to the terms of the agreement. Often this is the most difficult aspect of drafting such agreements. Our specialist family law solicitors understand that it is important to our clients that a pre-nuptial agreement represents their needs and that a fine balanced approach is required in both negotiating the terms of the agreement and drafting the same.
The law is relatively rigid in that, unless there is a nuptial agreement, all assets and finances of both parties become matrimonial assets post marriage. This can mean that if you own a property before marriage or have savings, or any other assets these can be protected by a pre-nuptial.
Our team can work with you on a Fixed Fee basis to draft your Pre or Post Nuptial Agreement if you are able to agree the basic terms of the agreement before our formal instructions between you.
We will charge a fixed fee of £750.00 + VAT (£900.00 including VAT)
Included within our fixed fee Nuptial Agreement package is:
In some circumstances our fixed fee package is not sufficient, we would suggest a bespoke solution where assets are worth in excess of £1.1million and or there is more than one property involved or complex matters relating to stocks and shares or company ownership/directorship or shareholdings.
In circumstances where our fixed fee package is not suitable we will work with you to ensure that we provide a cost efficient and swift service with clear information about our fees from the outset. If you wish to discuss your requirements please contact us on 0203 9252 301 or complete an online enquiry form.