Why should we enter into a prenuptial agreement?

There are several reasons why one should enter into a prenuptial agreement. Although it does not sound very romantic, it provides peace of mind in case the marriage hits difficulties in the future and you have invested substantial pre-marital wealth and/or inheritance. A fairly negotiated agreement can provide some reassurance to the wealthier spouse as…

What should I do to have a valid and enforceable pre-marital agreement?

The current view is that we cannot guarantee that any Pre-Nuptial Agreement will be completely legally binding if there is a separation or divorce in the future. However, the general view amongst practitioners is that, in order to give the agreement the best chance of being upheld by a Court, the following points need to…

What can be agreed to in a pre-nuptial agreement?

Prenuptial Agreements can deal with largely anything the parties want them to, within reason. The main aim is to agree the distribution of property and assets upon their separation, divorce or death. Parties often include terms with respect to: I. Clarifying their Separate Property – which will never become part of the “matrimonial pot” to…