What is a ‘Pre-Nup’, do I need one and how much will it cost?

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Pre-Nup is the slang term used for a Pre-Nuptial Agreement which is a document setting out how a marrying couple would wish to share their individual and jointly owned assets, should they subsequently separate. Most people who enter into these agreements do so simply to try and avoid the inevitable distress, upset and expense which arises should they subsequently separate when, what are often regarded as very thorny, issues of sharing pensions, savings and income will undoubtedly need to be determined.

Taking a very broad approach, if you answer yes to any of the following questions, it would certainly be sensible to obtain specific legal advice about your circumstances:

To demonstrate our commitment at Warners to provide clients with access to legal advice and excellent value for money, our family team offer a FREE initial consultation about Pre-Nuptial Agreements.

Our specialist solicitors will advise you in person, by email or on the telephone about the specifics of your situation so please get in touch on 01732 747900 or email family@warners.law

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