In recent years nuptial agreements have become increasingly popular.

More and more couples are deciding how their finances or assets should be divided up in the event that the relationship ends.

While no-one likes to think about this, unfortunately, circumstances and people can change and a couple may feel the best option is to go their separate ways.

Many couples are choosing to enter pre-nuptial agreements or post-nuptial agreements (during a marriage) to agree on the way that property and assets should be divided if the need arises.

These agreements will enable you to protect assets you currently own, as well as, making provision if you expect to accrue, generate or inherit significant wealth during your marriage.

What we do

In the event of a separation, the courts will uphold these arrangements if it deems reasonable for both parties, there has been full disclosure of finances and provided both parties have consulted a solicitor and understand the implications of the agreement.

At Wiseman Lee, we can work with you to negotiate and draft an agreement, taking a sensitive approach to any matters that may arise.

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For more information about arranging an initial discussion or for more advice on any of our family law services, please contact Jonathan Diamond, our specialist Family Law Solicitor here:


Lead Partner, Jonathan Diamond is a High Court Solicitor-Advocate who is qualified to represent clients as an advocate in family and civil law proceedings in the Higher Courts. A relatively small number of solicitors have obtained this prestigious qualification, which is essential for families who would prefer having the same solicitor representing them throughout all proceedings.

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