The leading case of Radmacher v Granatino in 2010 changed the emphasis on the enforceability of Pre and Post-Nuptial Agreements. The Law Commission has recently proposed changes in the law to allow married couples and civil partners to make a Qualifying Agreement on how their finances or property should be divided if they split.
We appreciate that you and sometimes parents consider it advisable to enter into a Pre or Post-Nuptial Agreement and we will draft one to best protect you should your marriage or civil partnership break down. We appreciate that this is a sensitive area but take the view that like travel insurance, you hope nothing will go wrong but at least you are covered if it does.
An interesting article about this topic from Deborah Levy: Pre-nup or not to pre-nup?