If you are happily married, you may not even consider what would happen to your assets should things go wrong in the future.

 

But although it’s never the most appealing of conversations to have with your partner, determining upfront how your assets would be divided should you ever go your separate ways can save you both a huge amount of time, conflict and money if ever the situation arose.

 

You may think that once you are married, the best way to resolve such issues should you separate would be through divorce proceedings.

 

Predicting the outcome of any divorce is frequently very difficult when it comes to financial matters, especially if there are children of the family to consider.

 

Having already entered into marriage, you can make an effort to pre-emptively determine which assets or property should be seen as open for division in the event of divorce and which should be retained solely by one of the parties as their own assets/property.

 

This is done by creating a post-nuptial agreement.

 

If you want any further information or wish to create a Post-nuptial agreement contact us today. Our experts can ensure everything is done accurately & professionally.

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