PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENTS BOURNEMOUTH 01202 237849
We are a firm of family Solicitors in Bournemouth who offer many different family law advice and services. Nowadays one of the most popular family law services we offer is prenuptial agreements or prenups. With more and more people getting married later in life or getting married for the second time, prenuptial agreements are drawn up for couples before they get married. We also have the capacity to deal with post marriage putting together post nuptial agreements, an agreement for couples who are already married.
PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENTS BOURNEMOUTH – EXACTLY WHAT ARE THEY?
Prenuptial agreements or prenups are not the same for everyone, as everyone’s circumstances are different, they are written legal documents, drawn up between ourselves. A prenup agreement is set up to protect both parties before they get marries. The main objective of such agreements might be to regulate the division of assets including property, cars, savings and investments if in the future the marriage should, break down, end or the dissolution of the marriage happens. As experienced family lawyers in Bournemouth, we appreciate how difficult this type of situation can be, just bringing the subject up can feel uncomfortable, especially when you are just about to get married. We are highly experienced, enough to know, that a prenup or prenuptial agreement can give both parties that added peace of mind before they enter together in marriage it is a agreement that can save a lot of heartaches for everyone now and further down the line.
Before getting married not everyone’s situation is the same, there are many different circumstances where a prenuptial agreement needs to be drafted, the most popular agreement we draw up is a prenuptial agreement or prenup which is put in place because one partner has accumulated more assets and is much wealthier than the other. Prenup agreements are very common for couples getting married for a second time, this is because usually in a second marriage both parties have accumulated assets of their own and they may feel they need protected as inheritance for their children, siblings, family and friends that they have had in a previous relationship.
If you are about to take your vows and get married or if you are already cohabiting with a partner and wish to protect a business, property, savings, money or personal assets, we are here to help. We have experienced family solicitors waiting to give advice on prenuptial agreements, prenup agreements and post-nuptial agreements, if you are not ready for marriage but are living together we can help with legal cohabitation agreements. We can also help if clients want to look at other ways and methods of protecting savings and assets, such as putting them into trust, or simply preparing or changing an appropriate will.
Our family law team in Bournemouth cover a huge geographical area including;
Almer, Anderson, Ashington, Ashley, Barton on Sea, Bear Cross, Beckley, Bloxworth, Bockhampton, Boscombe, Bournemouth, Bournemouth City, Bournemouth city centre, Branksome, Broadstone, Burton, Canford Bottom, Canford Magna, Castlepoint, Christchurch, City of Bournemouth, Cowgrove, Downton, East Morden, Everton, Ferndown, Furzehill, Hampreston, Highcliffe, Hillbutts, Hinton, Holdenhurst, Holton Heath, Hordle, Hurn, Lytchett Minster, Morden, Mudeford, New Milton, Oakley, Organford, Pamphill, Parkstone, Pilford, Pokesdown, Poole, Purewell, Sandford, Slepe, Sopley, Stanpit, Stapehill, Sterte, Sturminster Marshall, Tadden, Talbot Village, Throop, Tower Park, Walkford, West Parley, Westbourne, Wick, Wimborne Minster, Winkton, Winterbourne Zelston.
PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENTS BOURNEMOUTH – WHAT IS THE FIRST STEP?
The first step to get a prenup agreement in place is very easy. We would arrange an appointment with one of our family solicitors. At this initial meeting they will go over what your circumstances are now and get the very best advice on a prenuptial agreement. We also offer advice on Trust Funds and other methods of protecting your assets, savings, property and wealth you have built up. For the very best advice call our family law team today on the numbers above or below or fill out the contact us form at the bottom of this page, outlining clearly what type of pre marriage agreement or post marriage agreement you are looking for.