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Pre-Nuptial Agreements

Nobody Wants To Think About Divorce When They're Getting Married

Assets gained while you are single are absorbed into marriage.  This is often a real sticking point when it comes to divorce. Having a pre-nuptial agreement can reduce arguments and ensure a fair outcome is reached for both parties should your relationship break down.

Pre-nuptial agreements are popular with people getting married for the second or third time and with those with significant wealth.

Getting a pre-nup is a decision for each couple but they can become particularly useful for couples entering marriage or a civil partnership later in life when they are likely to have more individual assets.

At Coles Miller we understand that modern relationships are complicated.  We work together with our clients in a sensitive and respectful manner so you are completely comfortable at every stage of the process.

For Business

Business owners will often take out pre-nuptial agreements to protect their businesses and independent wealth prior to the marriage. This not only ensures the business survives the breakdown of a relationship but also ensures any employees' livelihoods are not jeopardised.

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