Pre-nuptial agreements can be an effective way of legally protecting property and money you have acquired before you marry. Most pre-nuptial agreements are tailor-made to each couple’s requirements.
Post-nuptial deeds are entered into after marriage either to protect wealth during the marriage or upon separation if a couple decide not to divorce. They can be called Separation Agreements.
This is a complex area of the law and it is important that you obtain specialist legal advice before entering into a pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement.
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