Pre-nuptial Agreements

Advice from a solicitor with specialised expertise is crucial if a pre-nuptial agreement is to stand up in court.

  • Expert guidance to ensure the agreement fits your best interests
  • Advice on how to proceed when a split is imminent and an agreement is in place

Prenuptial Agreements

If you are thinking of drawing up a prenuptial agreement, or already have one, you should be aware that the UK's courts do not always recognise them as binding. Highly specialist advice is therefore vital.

If your marriage has continued for a number of years and circumstances have changed, particularly if children are involved, a court can override a pre-nuptial agreement if it feels it is no longer fair to one of the parties, or is not in the best interests of the children.

The HCB Solicitors team of family lawyers will bear this in mind and advise you accordingly when drawing up a pre-nuptial agreement, or dealing with a split where an agreement is in place.

You need a solicitor with experience, and awareness of how the law is changing in this respect, to help you make an agreement that will stand the test of time, or present a case for or against the terms of a previously signed agreement.

  • When there’s a fight to be had the team did not back away, however, when there was a deal to be done the team did it.

For the best advice on drafting, contesting or upholding pre-nuptial agreements, contact HCB Solicitors. We have specialists dedicated to this specific area of law.