Pre-nuptial Agreements (or “pre-nups”) are becoming more common. Whilst still not considered absolutely watertight as far as a court is concerned, they can be taken into account when dividing the assets following the breakdown of a marriage.
A Post-nuptial Agreement (or “post-nup”) are written agreements made after a marriage. Their purpose is to try to “fix” something that is going wrong in the marriage, so that the marriage can go forward. It can help to avoid uncertainty, if you have separated but are now in the relationship again.
Our approachable family law team can help you understand if this is the way forward for you.