Many people in the UK (for good reason) who may be worried about what will happen to their income or assets if their marriage fails have decided that pre-nuptial or post nuptial agreements are worthwhile.
It is true that pre-nuptial agreements or post nuptial agreements still cannot be absolutely guaranteed but it is also true that the case law is much more robust now in determining that a nuptial agreement is valid unless there is a very serious reason why it should be set aside as invalid.
This is not a legal document we advise to draft at home between both parties to the marriage. If you are concerned about protecting wealth on marriage, it is better to have a nuptial agreement in place than not to have anything at all even if there can be no absolute guarantee that all of the provisions of the nuptial agreement will be upheld by the court.
We here at Bushra Ali Solicitors will advise one of the parties to the marriage to seek independent legal advice from another law firm regarding the pre-nuptial agreement we will draft so that we can ensure to the best of our ability that both parties have received independent sound and impartial legal advice.
We do strongly advise to obtain legal advice to ensure you get things right. The outcome will decide what happens to your income and assets and you want to ensure that you achieve the best outcome possible for you.
We offer a range of packages to suit every budget and level of service required. We offer a consultation only package, an advice only package, a basic representation package and a premium representation package which offers a comprehensive end to end service, removing all the stress from the process for you, and minimising the risk of your application being refused.
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