Family law and divorce solicitors

Postnuptial agreement solicitors

Morr & Co's postnuptial agreement solicitors provide expert advice and guidance to help clients protect their assets and secure their financial interests in the future.

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What is a postnuptial agreement?

Postnuptial agreements are legal contracts entered into by couples after marriage. These agreements outline the financial and property rights of each spouse in the event of a divorce or separation. While postnuptial agreements are not legally binding in the UK, they can be taken into account by the court when considering financial settlements.

Why choose Morr & Co as your postnuptial agreement solicitors?

  • Our postnuptial agreement solicitors have assisted many clients to negotiate postnuptial agreements which protect their Interests and provide clarity on financial arrangements In the event that the marriage breaks down.
  • Our team of experienced family law experts can assist with all aspects of postnuptial agreements, from negotiation and drafting to execution and enforcement.
  • Our team has extensive experience with postnuptial agreements and can provide expert advice on a wide range of issues, including pre-marital assets, inheritance rights, trust assets, and business/commercial Interests
  • We are a friendly, approachable team who are committed to providing our clients with outstanding legal advice and practical solutions.
  • We have in-house specialists in conveyancing, private client law, corporate law, commercial law, and tax law who can provide expert advice on these issues.

If you are considering entering into a postnuptial agreement, or if you need advice on an existing agreement, our postnuptial agreement solicitors are here to help.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can assist with your specific situation.

Stephanie Calthrop-Owen

Stephanie Calthrop-Owen

Partner, Head of Department

Family

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