A Pre-nuptial Agreement provides people with reassurance that their pre-marriage assets are protected. With one-third of marriages ending up in divorce having a Pre-nuptial Agreement in place is becoming more and more commonplace. Every family is different and our dedicated family law team understand that couples can choose to end their marriages for a variety of different reasons. We can advise on the drafting of a separation agreement, a written contract that contains provisions for maintenance payments, bank accounts, pensions, your family home and any debts that you may have. This will then be registered in the Books of Council and Session making your agreement legally binding in the same manner as an order of the court. A post-nuptial agreement is the same as a pre-nuptial in terms of protecting your assets, however as the name suggests this agreement is arranged after the marriage has taken place.
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