Our family law agents are highly experienced in drawing up the marriage contract and make detailed arrangements on how you want to divide assets such as finances, pensions, businesses and property. For a confidential consultation today, email us at [email protected] or call us now on 0114 358 9009. Even if you have signed a prenup, you can still go to court to settle your finances during your divorce proceedings. It is important to note that the judge takes into account your marriage contract, but he will also consider its integrity and the circumstances in which it was agreed. It can then be maintained or not. If it is not maintained, the Tribunal will issue its own financial discharge order. Pre-marriage mediation is an alternative way to create a marriage contract. In this process, a mediator allows for an open discussion between the couple on all kinds of marriage issues, such as expectations for work after the birth of children and saving and spending styles, as well as traditional pre-marital discussions about the distribution of property and assistance to spouses when the marriage ends. The engaged couple, with the help of the Mediator, makes all decisions about what would happen in the event of separation or divorce. They then design either a deal memo or a pre-marital agreement and have it verified by their respective lawyers. An agreement developed through mediation is usually less expensive since fewer hours are spent with lawyers, since the couple has made all the decisions together and not one side against the other. [Citation required] A marriage contract is a contract between two people signed before the marriage and which details what will happen in the event of divorce, especially in financial matters. People with large fortunes, business owners, and people with children from previous relationships may find marriage contracts particularly attractive, but, contrary to what is thought, middle-income people can also benefit from a prenup.
There are many reasons why a couple might consider a prenup. The only real condition is the desire to describe what will happen in the event of divorce, especially with regard to finances. A marriage contract or prenup is a form of protection for both parties who marry. A marriage contract can protect the funds and property you hold before the marriage is concluded.