Jemma Wentworth looks at the conditions of a prenuptial agreement

A prenuptial agreement is a contract that both intended spouses will enter into before the marriage takes place. Its purpose is to clearly define the intended long-term ownership of one or both spouses’ assets in the unfortunate circumstance that the marriage should end in divorce. In essence, you are setting out who gets what – but there is a little more to it than that.

Prenups for all

It is commonly misconceived that prenups are only for the rich and famous; those of high wealth wanting to protect their fortunes. In reality, prenups are not necessarily intended for the very wealthy.

A prenup can serve a vital role for couples where there is a vast disparity in wealth. This circumstance au...

Jemma Wentworth
Nicholson Jones Sutton Solicitors

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