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Pre/Post Nuptial Agreements

Our experienced family law solicitors are here to guide you through the process of creating a pre- or post-nuptial agreements tailored to your unique circumstances. Find out how our team of experienced family law solicitors can support you. 

At MSD Solicitors, we understand that planning for the future is a crucial aspect of any relationship. Pre and post-nuptial agreements offer a practical and proactive approach to safeguarding your assets and securing your financial interests in the event of a relationship breakdown. Our team of experienced family law solicitors is here to guide you through the process of creating a pre or post-nuptial agreement tailored to your specific needs and circumstances.

What is a Pre- or Post-Nuptial Agreement?

A pre-nuptial agreement, also known as a pre-marital agreement or prenup, is a legally binding contract entered into by couples before they get married or enter a civil partnership. The agreement sets out how assets, finances, and property will be divided in the event of divorce or separation.

A post-nuptial agreement, or post-marital agreement, is similar to a pre-nuptial agreement, but it is entered into after the marriage or civil partnership has taken place. It addresses the same financial and asset protection issues as a pre-nuptial agreement.

Who is a Pre-Nuptial Agreement suitable for?

Pre-nuptial agreements are suitable for couples who are planning to get married or enter into a civil partnership and wish to protect their individual assets and financial interests. This includes:

  • High-Net-Worth Individuals: Individuals with substantial assets or inherited wealth may want to safeguard their financial interests and protect family assets.

  • Business Owners: Entrepreneurs and business owners may use pre-nuptial agreements to protect their business assets and prevent disruption in case of divorce or separation.

  • Individuals with Children from Previous Relationships: Couples with children from previous relationships may use pre-nuptial agreements to ensure that their children's inheritance and financial interests are secured.

  • Individuals with Complex Financial Arrangements: Couples with complex financial arrangements may find a pre-nuptial agreement beneficial to clarify property rights and financial responsibilities


Who is a Post-Nuptial Agreement suitable for?

Post-nuptial agreements are suitable for couples who are already married or in a civil partnership and want to put in place financial protection and clarify asset division in case of separation or divorce.


The Process to Formalise a Pre or Post-Nuptial Agreement

1. Initial Consultation

Schedule an initial consultation with one of our family law solicitors to discuss your specific circumstances, your financial interests, and your goals for the agreement.

2. Full Financial Disclosure

Both partners must provide full and accurate disclosure of their financial circumstances, including assets, income, debts, and liabilities. This ensures transparency and fairness in the agreement.

3. Drafting the Agreement

Our experienced solicitors will draft the pre or post-nuptial agreement based on the discussions and decisions made during the consultation process.

4. Independent Legal Advice

Each partner must seek independent legal advice to ensure that they fully understand the implications of the agreement and its potential effects on their rights.

5. Review and Signing

Once both parties are satisfied with the agreement, it can be signed and becomes legally binding.

6. Periodic Review

As circumstances may change over time, it is advisable to review the pre or post-nuptial agreement periodically and update it as needed.

Empowering Couples with Financial Security

Pre and post-nuptial agreements provide couples with peace of mind and financial security as they embark on their marital journey. At MSD Solicitors, our dedicated team of family law solicitors is committed to supporting couples in creating comprehensive and tailored pre and post-nuptial agreements. Whether you are planning to get married or are already married, contact us today for a confidential consultation. We are here to protect your assets, clarify financial arrangements, and ensure your future is built on a strong foundation of financial security and peace of mind.




Legal agreements can be stressful, but it’s easier when you have a team of experienced family law solicitors on your side. At MSD Solicitors, we have a team of experienced solicitors and lawyers with a wealth of knowledge in UK family law. 

We will instill you with the confidence you need to make well-informed decisions and come to an agreement you're happy with. 

Get in touch today for a free initial case review to find out how we can support your case. 

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