Family Law

Why make a prenup?

I am about to marry for the second time. I own a house and my partner doesn’t. Would it be sensible to make a prenuptial agreement? Nobody enters a marriage expecting it to fail. But, like buying an insurance policy, it’s a sensible move to protect yourself, just in case things go wrong. With...

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Contract Law explained

Contracts are part of our daily lives, but we can’t pretend; English Contract Law is complex. Fortunately for us, in England and...

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