If you are planning to marry and have property and/or assets in your sole name that you would wish to retain in the event of your divorce, we can assist you to prepare a Prenuptial Agreement.
Upon divorce, the Court would regard your property or assets as “joint matrimonial assets” and the Court has the power to make orders transferring those assest to your spouse. If a Prenuptial Agreement has been entered into prior to the marriage, the Court will take this into account when determining settlement of financial matters.
Of course it is very un-romantic to think like this at this time, but it is sensible to do so. We can advise you about the benefit of having a pre-nuptial agreement.
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