Yes, provided:

  • There is no pressure on either party
  • The agreement is signed in plenty of time before your marriage
  • You each provide full disclosure of your financial situation, which will be listed in the agreement
  • You both have separate advice
  • The agreement anticipates future changes such as the birth of children and ill health. An agreement that seems fair at the time it is made is likely to be regarded as unfair if such fundamental changes are not provided for, and is more likely to be challenged. For this reason it is vital that the document is carefully considered and expertly drafted.

We will make sure you meet the above requirements, in which case the agreement will have a major influence on future arrangements and may be followed to the letter.

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