DMH Stallard’s family solicitors offer a range of services designed to help put new and existing relationships on a clear and transparent legal footing.
What our family lawyers do
- Pre-nuptial agreements
- Post-nuptial agreements
How our family lawyers work
"Hugely diverse number of practice areas in this firm makes it easy for clients to have all of their legal advice needs met by one firm. Excellent quality of solicitors means there is consistent quality meaning there is no need to go to another firm."
Legal 500 UK 2022
Many couples now consider entering into a pre-nuptial agreement before marriage – something which is particularly common in, but by no means limited to, second marriages.
Many families consider pre-nuptial agreements as an important factor in preserving family wealth in the event of a future marriage break down.
Pre-nuptial agreements can provide both parties with more certainty when entering into the commitment of marriage or civil partnership. Our family team have acted for a number of clients in negotiating and preparing pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements. We offer sensitive and practical advice in preparing the required documentation.
Post-nuptial agreements can be considered when couples have insufficient time before marrying to enter into a pre-nuptial agreement or following a disagreement within the marriage they wish to have greater certainty regarding financial arrangements if there is to be a divorce.
It is important to obtain specialist legal advice as early as possible if you are considering a pre-nuptial agreement as there are time limits as to the execution of pre-nuptial agreements. We can advise you on reasonable terms to maximise the enforceability of pre- or post-nuptial agreements.
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How we've helped
We advised a client with considerable assets regarding the terms of a pre-nuptial agreement involving a family business and her inherited wealth. Given the lack of time before she and her fiancé were to be married, she entered into both a pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreement.