Prenuptial Agreement Lawyers in Liverpool
If you are just starting on your journey through married life together, one of the last things you want to have to think about is what might happen if you and your partner break up. But failing to have a financial plan in place to address that possibility can create problems down the line. Whatever you can do to create certainty around financial matters, even if it involves having potentially difficult conversations, will help reduce the stress and potentially strengthen your bond as you embark upon a life together, with eyes open. Wenup offers a new, innovative, collaborative and amicable way to produce a prenup, vetted by a team of experienced and proven family lawyers serving customers in Liverpool.
Laying a Solid Foundation
Healthy relationships require patience, commitment, trust and transparency if they are to last. Uncertainty around finances, not planning ahead regarding how assets would be divided in the unfortunate circumstances that you and your partner split up, can lead to more stress, hassle and legal costs down the road.
At the same time, a prenuptial agreement produced without due care, proper process and sound legal advice will not be enforceable and could lead to problems in future.
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Wenup: A Better Way
Wenup provides a platform for the two of you to jointly create a prenup that will accommodate both parties and enable you to build trust. We then arrange for you to consult with experienced family lawyers serving customers in Liverpool who will go over the agreement and advise each of you on your rights and responsibilities related to the agreement.
The lawyers we put you in touch with work alongside you and your partner to ensure your agreement meets the requirements for a prenup to be enforceable in the UK. Those requirements are:
- That the agreement was entered into freely by both parties.
- That each party fully understood the implications of the agreement when they signed it.
- That each partner was given separate, independent legal advice.
During the consultation, the barristers may find parts of the agreement that need to comply with legal requirements. They will advise the partner they are speaking to and suggest ways to bring the agreement back into compliance in a mutually agreeable manner.
Our agreements comply with legal requirements, so you can have peace of mind that your money is well spent.
What our customers are saying
Great experience & highly recommend
We had a great experience using Wenup and are so happy we found this platform! James provided exceptional customer service from the initial consultation all the way through the signing of our document. We felt very supported during the process.Erica
Fantastic service for a very competitive price
The process was quick, smooth, and tailored around both our busy work lives, with an extremely high quality of service and James having always been available when needed- all of this for a fraction of the price you would normally expect. We cannot recommend Wenup highly enough, and would absolutely use it again (although hopefully won't have to 😉🤞🏼)Andrea
We cannot praise the whole team at Wenup enough! From the guidance during the initial steps to the fantastic lawyers who advised us individually, the whole process has been smooth, fast and transparent. And above all, the price was less than one third of all the quotes we had from some London law firms. Thank you!Luca
Transparent & Enforceable
Every aspect of the Wenup process has been designed to ensure that resulting agreements are consistent with the requirements pertaining to their being legally enforceable. Independent prenuptial agreement lawyers serving customers in Liverpool vet each agreement carefully to ensure it adheres to prenup guidance established by the Law Commission.
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Before getting married or moving in together it is important that you make provision regarding key financial decisions should the relationship meet an unfortunate end. Failing to do so could make the division of assets more difficult and acrimonious if you and your partner split up in future.
The Wenup process brings both partners together to collaboratively determine how any division of assets will unfold. You can both work together on an agreement that reflects your intentions, and each receive separate legal advice from experienced family lawyers.