10 Reasons to have a Post-Nuptial Agreement

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10 Reasons to have a Post-Nuptial Agreement

Certainty

  • For you – You both know where you stand
  • For your family – In the case of second marriages, where you both have children from previous marriages or relationships, they know where they stand when either of you die.
Agreement
  • You decide how your assets are shared in the event your relationship fails
  • You can agree what assets are divided between you and how
  • You can agree what if any assets are not to be shared between you or ring fenced
  • You can agree that family heirlooms or wealth remain in the family.
Less Angst
  • These agreements are made with the view the marriage will thrive, and last, but should it not, you have already agreed how your assets should be shared, rather than dealing with this at a time when you are both distressed.
Flexibility
  • You agree a resolution that works for you, but that can always be revised if your situation and circumstances change.
Legal Fees
  • Of course legal fees are incurred in setting up these agreements, but if things do go wrong, you have already decided how you assets are to be shared, so no expensive court proceedings arguing how these should be shared between you.
Speed of Resolution
  • In the event you relationship fails, you know what you have agreed.

 


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