A prenuptial (and post nuptial which is always to be preferred) and of no effect unless the parties take independent legal advice on the effect.
I’m afraid that we are specifically not allowed to take instructions from here.
If the site were to be a source of potential clients, we would no longer be independent because we would have an interest in pursuing litigation. With no interest in pursuing litigation, we can be really objective with our view is to whether something has a good chance or a limited chance of success.
In any event, for logistical reasons you would be better using a local solicitor .
The other reason is that you need a certificate (letter) provided by the solicitor confirming that he has given that advice.
This is deemed to be quite risky work and you may struggle to find a solicitor to give that advice and if you do don’t be at all surprised if they want several hundred pounds or even more. For that reason, shop around.
Whilst we can advise on the agreement, either of you, and it could be done independently, the advice is unlikely to be sufficient for court purposes if there ends up in argument over what was agreed.
Also, as I said earlier, do a post nuptial in the same terms after you get married. It is actually much better.
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If you still need any points clarifying, I will be happy to reply because the thread does not close. In fact, it remains open indefinitely.
I am always happy to answer any further questions you have on any new thread in which case, please start your question with, “ For FES only”.
You don’t need to do it on this thread, just a new thread. You have me exclusively on this one.