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Hi, thank you for your question. Marriage raises financial ties between you, even if property has been acquired prior to the marriage. The longer a marriage is, the more entitlement there is to seek division to all assets. In the circumstances I would suggest you enter into a prenuptial agreement with each other - this will outline what happens to assets and finances in the event of divorce and must be prepared by a solicitor to hold as much weight as possible. You should also have 21 clear days before the wedding before signing the agreement to ensure it is as safe as possible to remain in place for the future.
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