Cohabitation/Prenuptial Agreements/Postnuptial Agreements
The family law lawyers at Horne Coupar are experienced in drafting and providing independent legal advice for cohabitation/prenuptial/postnuptial agreements. These agreements are for people who live together, regardless of whether or not there are plans to be married. Postnuptial agreements are for those individuals who are already married. In the event of a separation from your partner, cohabitation/prenuptial/postnuptial agreements set out what will happen to your property, debts and support obligations.
Our family law lawyers have experience drafting and dealing with cohabitation, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements for individuals in many different circumstances such as high net worth individuals, those wishing to protect an inheritance or property owned prior to a relationship and those entering into a relationship later in life. Regardless of your circumstances, if you want to set out your rights, obligations and division of property in the event of separation, our family law lawyers can assist you in crafting an agreement to meet your individual needs.
Cohabitation, prenuptial or postnuptial agreements are often made as part of a will and estate plan. Horne Coupar also offers a wide range of estate planning services and our lawyers will work together to ensure that all of your potential issues are addressed.