Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first
What is the background to the question please?
How old are the children and what provision will you actually make in the agreement?
Sorry - i meant what permanent provision will you make for your partner if your relationship ends after so many yaers
What is the overall net value of your current assets?
With those assets as a minimum she will get a property from the family court suitable for herself and the children - even if the children share their time equally between you and she works.
You can and should get other quotes - but the price reflects the assets that you have - and the cost to the firm if the Agreement fails and you claim compensation
Whilst historically they were not accepted by English courts that has changed over the years and provided it is properly drafted and make reasonable provision for the other party, who is separately advised and the agreement is signed at least 28 days prior to the marriage after full financial disclosure then it is likely to be upheld by the court.
So any agreement that you create must include housing for your partner
I hope that this is of assistance - please ask if you need further details
It has to be a reasonable comparison to your housing - and she will keep it
Yes it does - at present any property will revert to you when the youngest is 18
If you want it to stick go to one of the larger firms such as