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As solicitors specialising in matrimonial finances we are often instructed by married couples to draft post-nuptial agreements so that in the event of separation and divorce they know how their financial assets will be divided ad what their financial obligations to each other are.
Post-nuptial agreements contain a provision that in the event of divorce the parties will agree to a financial consent order to incorporate the terms of the agreement.
What provisions should be made in the agreement with regard to the following in the event of a divorce:
Are post-nuptial agreements legally binding?
A post-nuptial agreement is not legally binding; however, it is more likely to be upheld because it is signed after the wedding.
How much does a post-nuptial agreement cost?
Our fees are £1200 plus VAT on the basis that the terms of the agreement are agreed and the assets are under £1 million.
For expert legal advice on a post-nuptial agreement, call us for an informal chat about how we can help you or complete our online enquiry form.