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Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

As much as marriage should be a journey filled with love and commitment, it is also a legal partnership with financial and practical implications. Nuptial agreements, commonly known as prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, assist couples in clarifying their financial expectations, and mitigate potential conflicts in the event of divorce or death.

At Brett Wilson LLP, we can prepare nuptial agreements tailored to meet the unique needs and circumstances of each couple. Our experienced solicitors understand the importance of open communication, respect, and mutual understanding in the process of creating these agreements and they are at all times concerned about the legal requirements that will allow you to rely on such agreements, in the unfortunate event that the marriage breaks down irretrievably in the future.

Prenuptial agreements

Before saying "I do," it is wise to discuss and document your financial rights and responsibilities. Our solicitors will work closely with you and your partner to draft a prenuptial agreement that addresses any asset division, spousal maintenance, and other relevant matters, ensuring that you are both protected should matters not go as planned.

Postnuptial agreements

Even after marriage, circumstances may change, prompting the need for a postnuptial agreement.  Whether you've acquired significant assets, started a business, or simply want to clarify financial arrangements, our team can help you navigate the complexities of postnuptial agreements with professionalism and discretion.

From initial consultation to final execution, we'll guide you through every step of the nuptial agreement process, explaining the law regulating them and how to best achieve your wanted outcome.

We believe that nuptial agreements are not just about planning for the worst, but also about building a foundation of trust, transparency, and respect in your relationship. Whether you're considering a prenuptial agreement, postnuptial agreement, or simply need guidance on marital planning matters, we're here to help you.

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