Advertisement featuAre pre-nuptial agreements worth the paperthey are written on?No one likes to think of their newrelationship breaking down. Gettingtogether is an exciting time and planningfor divorce may seem unromantic ordistasteful. However, an agreementwhich stipulates what should happenfinancially if your relationship endscan help avoid a messy and expensivedispute later onCouples planning to marry may enterinto a Pre-Nuptial Agreement statinghow their assets and income should bedivided on divorce. While not currently willing to be realistic and fair. Theybinding on the courts, recent cases will need to fully and frankly discloseillustrate that a Pre-Nuptial Agreement their financial circumstances and eaclhis likely to be upheld provided the seek independent legal advice on theparties have entered into it freely, they Agreement.fully appreciate its implications and its A Pre-Nuptial Agreement should beterms are fair and do not prejudice thereasonable needs of any childrenThe courts still retain discretion to have been signed under duress.make financial orders on divorce but Couples who are already married maya Pre-Nuptial Agreement will be taken enter nto a Post-Nuptial Agreementinto account in all of the circumstances which has the same effectof the case and in the right case, willcarry decisive weight when the court is Jayne Turner, a Partner at Ashfords LLPdetermining the asset distributionentered into at least 28 days before thewedding to avoid any claims that it maycan advise on Pre-Nuptial Agreements.She is a Resolution Accredited SpecialistIt is far better for a couple to decide on n complex financial remedies andwhat their financial settlement should pensions on divorce, an Advancedbe in the event of divorce and a Pre Member of the Law Society's Family LawNuptial Agreement is the best tool Panel and an experienced Collaborativeavailable for this, provided they are lawyerFor further information, please contact:Jayne Turner PartnerT: 01823 232370·cj.turner@ashfords.co.ukOSTTTOrCSAshford Court, Blackbrook Park Avenue, Taunton TA1 2PX

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Advertisement featu Are pre-nuptial agreements worth the paper they are written on? No one likes to think of their new relationship breaking down. Getting together is an exciting time and planning for divorce may seem unromantic or distasteful. However, an agreement which stipulates what should happen financially if your relationship ends can help avoid a messy and expensive dispute later on Couples planning to marry may enter into a Pre-Nuptial Agreement stating how their assets and income should be divided on divorce. While not currently willing to be realistic and fair. They binding on the courts, recent cases will need to fully and frankly disclose illustrate that a Pre-Nuptial Agreement their financial circumstances and eaclh is likely to be upheld provided the seek independent legal advice on the parties have entered into it freely, they Agreement. fully appreciate its implications and its A Pre-Nuptial Agreement should be terms are fair and do not prejudice the reasonable needs of any children The courts still retain discretion to have been signed under duress. make financial orders on divorce but Couples who are already married may a Pre-Nuptial Agreement will be taken enter nto a Post-Nuptial Agreement into account in all of the circumstances which has the same effect of the case and in the right case, will carry decisive weight when the court is Jayne Turner, a Partner at Ashfords LLP determining the asset distribution entered into at least 28 days before the wedding to avoid any claims that it may can advise on Pre-Nuptial Agreements. She is a Resolution Accredited Specialist It is far better for a couple to decide on n complex financial remedies and what their financial settlement should pensions on divorce, an Advanced be in the event of divorce and a Pre Member of the Law Society's Family Law Nuptial Agreement is the best tool Panel and an experienced Collaborative available for this, provided they are lawyer For further information, please contact: Jayne Turner Partner T: 01823 232370·cj.turner@ashfords.co.uk OSTTTOrCSAshford Court, Blackbrook Park Avenue, Taunton TA1 2PX