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Pre nuptial and Confidential Pre-nuptial Agreements Agreements

We have drafted 100’s of marital agreements and final settlement agreements. We have have tried and tested pre-marital and confidential marital agreements which we believe could protect you current and future assets

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Some articles on how to prepare for marital agreements

How to approach the subject of prenuptials

Author: Daniel Flynn

Such subjects are often delicate and emotionally tied. These considerations are usually at a time of great stress with wedding plans and family pressures. In my experience I give the following tips.

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Pre-Nuptial or No-Nuptial

Author: Daniel Flynn

The prime motivation behind getting a pre-nuptial agreement after protecting a family asset is simply to make sure that in the event of a divorce things go smoothly and all the fuss is taken out of the divorce process.

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To Have and to Hold (On Trust) – Pre-Nuptial Agreements are given more weight

Author: Daniel Flynn

There can be few areas of family law that generate so many column inches and yet are so niche as the preparations of pre-nuptial agreements.

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