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Pre-Nups, are they worth it?

September 4, 2019

In this blog, Family Law in Partnership director James Pirrie considers the pros and cons of pre-nups (or pre-nuptial agreements). Ahead of marriages, I have negotiated dozens of pre-nups for those wanting to protect wealth and those worried at being excluded from it. “Pre-Nups” are often negotiated at times of stress, often shortly before the

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Prenuptial agreements: What do I need to think about?

March 13, 2019

In this blog Family Law in Partnership senior consultant, Pamela Collis, considers the factors you may want to bear in mind before entering into a prenuptial or post nuptial agreement. Of course when we marry, we expect our relationships to be life-long but we also know that many marriages don’t last so long. The courts

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Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements following Brexit

August 3, 2016

In this blog, Pamela Collis, a senior consultant at Family Law in Partnership, examines whether Brexit will give rise to more pre and post nuptial agreements. Pre and post nuptial agreements (PNAs) are an increasing factor in modern British marriages. We may think the increase is due to our EU membership and the EU nationals

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