What is a Prenuptial / Pre-Civil Partnership Agreement?


A prenuptial / pre-civil partnership agreement is a contract between a couple who are about to marry or enter into a civil partnership. The agreement will set out which assets each party owns and provides for how assets (whether acquired prior to the marriage / civil partnership or after) are to be divided in the event that the marriage / civil partnership comes to an end. An agreement can also set out provisions for future financial support in the event of a breakup. The contents of an agreement will vary to reflect the couple’s individual needs.

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