Contracting out agreements (like a pre nup)

 

 

Contracting out agreements are becoming increasingly common when people enter into new relationships, particularly when one party is bringing substantially more into the relationship than the other.  A contracting out agreement allows parties to keep their assets as their own separate  property without them becoming subject to the Property (Relationships) Act 1976 if they were to separate.  These types of agreements do not have to be indefinite and can include clauses that allow for them to be reviewed after a certain period of time.    Once an agreement is drafted both parties will need to get their own independent legal advice in respect of the agreement. 

 

 

 

 

 

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