Solicitors in Essex & London
Post-nuptial or post-civil partnership (also known as post-CiP) agreements do not achieve the same amount of publicity as their prenup or pre-civil equivalents.However, it is possible for married couples or civil partners to enter into an agreement about money and property in the event of future separation or divorce/dissolution.
Couples may want a post-nup or a post-CiP where an inheritance is received, or possibly where there has been a period of separation followed by reconciliation where one party seeks reassurance or financial security. Our experienced family solicitors are able to assist and advise on post-marital matters such as these.
We recommend that the following factors should be present in such an agreement in order to have the best chance of it being upheld in any future proceedings:
Our family law department includes members of the Law Society’s Family Panel and Advanced Family Panel, accredited Resolution specialists and Collaborative Family Lawyers. All ten of our team are members of Resolution. We recommend that you initially speak to one of our knowledgeable family solicitors for advice on the benefits of entering into a post-nuptial or post-civil agreement.
Our expert family law team will be happy to see you for a free 30-minute initial meeting to provide you with some general advice and recommendations on post-nuptial and post-civil agreements. Free initial consultations and fixed fee appointments with our family solicitors are available at any one of our offices in Brentwood, Hornchurch and Upminster, and also at our office facilities based in Leigh-On-Sea and Canary Wharf, London.*
*Free appointments are only available at our main offices in Upminster, Brentwood and Hornchurch and are not available in cases where proceedings have been issued.