Protecting Wealth During Divorce

Pre-nuptial, post-nuptial and co-habitation agreements - helping you protect wealth for the future.

If you are planning to get married, you may be considering a prenuptial agreement. These agreements are typically put in place to provide clarity around how you would manage your assets and wealth, whether held jointly or separately, should a relationship end.

Our team is experienced in helping to draft these types of agreement as well as post nuptial agreements where that is needed.  Post nuptial agreements are agreements entered into after marriage but carry the same weight. This may be relevant where you receive an asset during the marriage (such as from inheritance or a sale of a business) or if you were unable to complete your agreement in good time before the ceremony.  

If you plan to live with a partner and not get married, you may look at entering into a living together agreement and/or a declaration of trust. These agreements can clarify property ownership and set out how a property and the associated costs will be managed within the relationship or in the event of a relationship breakdown.

We can provide asset protection advice around practical measures to protect assets in the event of a relationship breakdown as well as drafting the documents or reviewing a draft presented to you by your partner or spouse. Whatever your plans, we will work with you to ensure that any agreement is transparent, comprehensive and reflects your agreed objectives, so that you are protected in the future.


Get in touch

We are lawyers you can count on to deliver. If you’d like to find out more about our services and whether we can help you, click the button below and get in touch.

Our team will be responsive and accessible – a valued partner ready to assist you every step of the way.

Contact us
Alt Contact Image

Sign up for legal insights

We produce a range of insights and publications to help keep our clients up-to-date with legal and sector developments.  

Sign up