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Pre-Nuptial Agreements - are they legal?

Following the recent recommendation of the Law Commission that pre-nuptial agreements should be made law, there has undoubtedly been a resurgence of interest from couples looking to protect their assets. The concept of the pre-nuptial agreement is a simple one. It allows a couple entering into...

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Family Law

Holla, "We want prenup! We want prenup!"

What is a prenup? A prenuptial agreement AKA a premarital agreement or an antenuptial agreement, can commonly be abbreviated to prenup or prenupt. It is ultimately a formal, written contract between parties prior to their marriage or civil union. Is it legally binding? As a result of a UK Supreme...

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Divorce

No Fault divorce – does this exist?

Divorce is often a time of battle and anguish. It puts families under pressure and there are all sorts of issues to sort out, such as dealing with the finances and limiting the impact on your children. There are a lot couples that have mutually agreed that their marriage is over. Unfortunately,...

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Children Cases

Child custody: When to call in a solicitor

It is always better for the children if both parents discuss arrangements for them in a constructive manner when their own relationship has come to an end. Unfortunately, the ending of a relationship is an emotional and often traumatic experience, and it is often the children that are left picking...

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