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Pre nuptial agreements are on the rise

By Lara Davies on March 30, 2023

pre nups are on the rise as couples protect assets

Are you planning to get married and considering a prenuptial agreement? If so, you’re not alone. Our law firm, OLS Solicitors, has seen a 60% increase in prenuptial agreements since 2021.

As solicitors with  a particular expertise in prenups, we can guide you through the process and help you protect your assets and interests. We cna also advise people who have been asked to sign pre nups as to whether it is in their best interests to do so.


What is a prenuptial agreement?

A prenuptial agreement is a legal document that outlines how your assets will be divided in the event of a divorce. It can help you protect your assets and ensure that both parties are aware of their rights and responsibilities. Prenups are not just for the wealthy; anyone with assets to protect can benefit from having one in place.


Why choose OLS Solicitors?

At OLS Solicitors, we have a wealth of experience in drafting prenuptial agreements. We understand that each couple’s situation is unique and will work with you to create a customised agreement that suits your needs. With our expertise, you can be confident that your prenup is legally binding and protects your interests.


Our Approach

We take a personalised approach to each prenuptial agreement. We begin by understanding your situation and listening to your concerns and needs. From there, we will guide you through the legal process and draft a prenup that is tailored to your specific needs. We will ensure that your prenup is as legally watertight as possible taking into account the current case law.


Benefits of a prenuptial agreement

Having a prenuptial agreement in place can provide a range of benefits, including:


Asset protection: A prenup can protect your assets and ensure that they are distributed according to your wishes in the event of a divorce.


Clarity: A prenup can provide clarity and avoid misunderstandings about financial arrangements and division of assets.


Cost savings: A prenup can save you money on legal fees in the event of a divorce, as it can help streamline the process.


Protection for children: A prenup can protect assets for children from previous relationships.


Prenuptial agreements are becoming more and more popular, and at OLS Solicitors, we have seen a 121% increase in prenups since 2021 as more couples seek to preserve assets after marrying later in life.

If you’re considering a prenup, don’t hesitate to reach out to us for legal guidance. We can help you protect your assets and interests and provide you with peace of mind for your future together.

Please take a look at our dedicated pre nuptial agreement service page for prices and process.

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    • Lara Davies

      Lara is our Head of Legal Practice and a director. She advises on complex financial remedy proceedings, private child disputes, and Inheritance Act cases. She also has a keen interest in protecting vulnerable clients, particularly those who have experienced forms of domestic violence in their relationships. Lara has often represented fathers in private child proceedings and has a unique understanding of the challenges faced by them. Lara is keen horsewoman, and has spent her life competing in national and regional level dressage competitions with success. She is also a keen runner, and has completed Marathons, Half-Marathons and mountain races – she is now building up to her first ultra-marathon. Lara loves being outside in the mountains; her favourite place is the Scottish Highlands where she can be found a few times a year with her other half and their Pug in their campervan. She is slowly making her way through climbing each of the Scottish Munros and high peaks of England and Wales. Lara is a Welsh speaker.

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