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Prenuptial Agreements

In depth advice to devise a fair prenup which is fully compliant with UK law and tailored to your requirements

Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements are used to set the terms that will be followed in the event of the dissolution of a marriage. The agreement can be binding unless the court deems it to be unfair or unreasonable, and it should be signed well in advance of the wedding itself. At Goodwins, we will provide you with all the advice you require for your prenuptial, ensuring that the agreement is fair and adheres to all legal requirements.

Prenuptials, or ‘prenups’ as they are known, are often treated with apprehension as some consider them as representative of a lack of belief in your marriage. However, arriving at a prenuptial agreement does not mean you think your marriage will fail, it simply means you are preparing yourselves if it does. They are used to protect your assets, such as inheritance, or to help with the allocation of assets that are difficult to divide, such as shared homes.

At Goodwins, our dedication to a personable, committed service means you and your partner remain fully informed from the beginning. Our specialist team work to build a mutually beneficial agreement to protect the integrity of your relationship – should it ever come to an end.

Prenuptials are drawn up to meet your exact needs, this is why it is important that you seek specialist legal advice when considering an agreement. Goodwins have a vast experience in providing prenuptial agreements that are comprehensive, fair and compliant with law in England and Wales.

Not only can we work towards a suitable agreement for you and your partner, but our fixed fee consultation service will clearly outline the options available to you, before you choose to go ahead.

Our excellent reputation, combined with our vast experience and our high client satisfaction rates mean we are the best choice for assistance with prenuptial agreements.

If you would like to know more, contact our team at our Harrow office in London and we will be more than happy to help.

Watch our Prenuptial Agreements & Post-nuptial Agreements video

Prenuptial Agreements FAQs

How long has Goodwins been providing prenuptial agreements?

Goodwins has been providing its prenuptial agreements service since 1993.

Will I have my own dedicated solicitor to deal with my case?

Yes, you will be assigned a specialist who deals with prenuptial agreements.

Do you offer fixed fee consultations for prenuptial agreements?

Yes, we offer fixed fee consultations where we will give advice on how to proceed with your case, highlighting all options available to you and the costs involved.

Will my enquiry be treated confidentially?

Yes, we will deal with your enquiry with the utmost professionalism and sensitivity, ensuring that everything is kept confidential.

How will I communicate with my solicitor for prenuptial agreements?

Your solicitor can be contacted via phone or email. We also offer video calls. Alternatively, you can visit your solicitor at our office.

Where is the Goodwins office and how can I visit it?

Our office is located in Middlesex and is available to visit Monday-Friday 9am-5:30pm.

What does it mean to have a prenuptial agreement?

A prenuptial agreement is a legally binding document that is created before a marriage. It stipulates the ownership of the couple’s assets and outlines how these assets will be divided in the event of a divorce.

Is it good to have a prenuptial agreement?

Having a prenuptial agreement can be beneficial, especially for individuals with significant assets, as it provides a level of financial protection in the event of a divorce.

Meet the Prenuptial Agreements team

Watch our video to gain an insight into the inner workings of Goodwins Family Law Solicitors and how we can help you.

Prenuptial Agreements Process

Consistency, quality and sensitivity are the key elements of our approach to each and every case. Our expert team will deal with your situation with the utmost professionalism and sensitivity, whilst striving to reach the best possible outcome.

Get in touch with our legal team via form, email or phone
Our dedicated law secretaries will review the enquiry and then will assign it to the most appropriate Solicitor based on the requirements.
We'll arrange a fixed-fee appointment to discuss your case
This can be done over a video call, face-to-face meeting at our offices or over the telephone - whatever works best for you!
Initial consultation
During this consultation, we'll take time to get to know you and your case and make some initial recommendations on how we can work with you for the best outcome.
You decide if you'd like to proceed with us representing you
There's no pressure across this period, we'll give you space to consider all options and make the right decision for you.
Retainer agreed and the case is started
There'll be some paperwork to complete at this stage, but we'll be on hand to support you through this process.

Why choose Goodwins for Prenuptial Agreements?

Divorce and family law specialists
A leading London based firm
Members of The Law Society
Established over 30 years
Excellent client satisfaction rate
Experts in cohabitation agreements & disputes
International cases undertaken
Highly competitive fee structure
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