The courts will not get involved in marital finances unless you have started divorce or legal separation proceedings.
Therefore, the best you can do is a Post Nuptial agreement (like a prenuptial agreement but done after marriage and indeed, more binding than a prenuptial agreement) whereby you both agree what’s going to happen to all the marital assets while you live together and when you eventually split.
Any divorce/family solicitor should be able to do this for you but it is absolutely essential that you both take legal advice on the effect of the agreement otherwise is it is of very limited value. You could be looking solicitors charging up to about 700 plus VAT and some could potentially charge more.
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