The offer of a telephone call comes out automatically. It’s optional.
You don’t have to sign a postnuptial agreement unless you sign it willingly and even then, it is essential that you take and are given the opportunity to take legal advice on the effect of the agreement.
Don’t worry about saying that you’re putting it down to money, it very often comes down, one divorce is on the cards, to the finances when the relationship has gone out of the window.
We cannot advise you as to whether you leave no used day. That decision has to be yours.
In respect of your current house, it doesn’t matter whose name is ***** ***** deeds, your financial interest is exactly the same. You can actually register a Matrimonial Home Right notice against the property (which is free) which will stop the property being sold in the event that you split up.
Even if there is a deed of trust which reflects the amount of money that she put in and the amount of money that goes in from you and from elsewhere, that can always be set aside on divorce.