The law doesn’t meaningfully recognise relationships outside of marriage or civil partnerships. But you can legally protect your cohabiting relationship by making a cohabitation agreement.
Unmarried couples do not have the same rights as married couples. But what rights do you have?
Asking your fiancé about getting a prenup could be a difficult conversation, so knowing the right way to handle it is key.
When entering a marriage or civil partnership, you may consider a prenuptial agreement; a document declaring how assets will be split between the couple should the marriage eventually end in divorce.
Making a prenup with your future spouse may feel uncomfortable. But protecting your assets in advance can help you both avoid more heartache if you decide to separate in the future.
Before you marry, you may consider getting a prenuptial agreement, or prenup. Here's everything you need to know about prenups, including when and how to create one in the UK.
As a married couple, you may consider getting a postnuptial agreement, or postnup. Here's everything you need to know about postnups, including when and how to create one in the UK.
There can be many reasons why you or your spouse are seeking a divorce – but officially there are 5 causes that can be used to justify a legal end to your relationship.
It is strongly advised that you hire a solicitor for a prenuptial agreement. You and your partner will need to seek separate legal advice to avoid a conflict of interests.