A prenuptial agreement is a legal step which can be taken by a couple before marriage to ensure all the rights relating to property and financial affairs are sorted out should the marriage end.
Prenuptial Agreement in Action
Couples may make an agreement before their marriage to set out rights regarding assets, finances and existing family commitments should the marriage fail. It is a legal document which sets out how assets and finances will be divided which has previously been agreed with all parties. Unfortunately in the current climate almost 50% of marriages end in divorce which is an extremely high statistic and therefore securing your assets with a prenuptial agreement could prove to be an extremely beneficial step to make should your marriage sadly come to an end. The prenuptial agreement itself is a legal document which allows couples to set out their rights fully in terms of any assets they have between them. Everything from property, debts, family commitments, income to anything purchased together or even inherited can be included in the agreement. An agreement is an extremely clever step to make for individuals to secure their own ass
ets should divorce occur. Without a prenuptial agreement in place when divorce happens it could mean individuals lose some of what is theirs which could be extremely upsetting or may even lead to clients losing assets they had previously inherited which could be devastating so if you want to ensure your assets are fully secured then do not hesitate and take out a prenuptial agreement today.
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If you are getting married but would like to secure your assets in case divorce becomes the only option to resolve marital problems then a prenuptial agreement is the perfect solution. Contact our expert advisors today on (insert number) and they will give you all the information you need to make a highly informed decision on how to proceed should you feel it is the right step to make.
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