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Pre-Nuptial Agreement Solicitors
We are a dynamic team of expert Family & Divorce Lawyers committed to delivering results for our clients not hours on a time sheet
Our groundbreaking innovative fee structure and stage by stage process enables our lawyers to focus on you and your family getting you the results you need whilst giving you peace of mind of knowing exactly what your legal costs are going to be.
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Why Choose Perduco Law?
We only Specialise In Divorce & Family Law
Perduco Law specialises in Divorce & Family Law. All of our solicitors have in depth experience in dealing with Divorce, Financial Settlements in Divorce, Child Arrangements and Domestic Abuse issues in both simple and highly complex cases.
We work on an outcome based billing Model not on hourly rates
At Perduco Law, we charge our clients on an outcome based billing model, This enables our clients to know exactly what they are going to pay and what they are paying for from the outset for each stage of their case. This guarantees you will not waste legal fees which result in no outcome as happens consistently with traditional hourly rate law firms
We speak to you in a Language you will understand
From the moment you call us, you will see the difference in how we communicate with our clients – in easy to understand terms without all of the legal jargon. We pride ourselves in how we break everything down for our clients in both the process and the costs so you know exactly where you stand.
We Stand Out from the Crowd
We are a new breed of law firm created for one reason; to simplify the legal process and charge you a fair and transparent outcome based price. From the outset, we will tell you what is going to happen, stage by stage, how we are going to progress and resolve your case and what we are going to charge you for doing so. Our solicitors are targeted to resolve your case, not to bill hours.
All of our team are passionate about what they do, and are there to support you throughout what are normally incredibly difficult circumstances for our clients. We are here to guide you and resolve your matter. We are not focused on hours – instead, we are focused on achieving the best outcome for you and your family.
What is a pre-nuptial agreement?
A pre-nuptial agreement (also known as a ‘prenup’) is a contract agreed between you and your partner before you get married or enter a civil partnership.
A pre-nuptial agreement outlines exactly who owns what in terms of all of your belongings, assets, property and money.
Without a pre-nuptial agreement, in the event of a divorce, the courts starting position will generally be to divide everything 50/50 between you and your partner. A prenup can, therefore, help you provide some clarity and secure your future.
With extensive experience, Perduco Law solicitors can advise you on your options and provide you with further information on how a pre-nuptial agreement could work for you and your significant other. Speak to a member of our knowledgeable team today.
What is the purpose of a pre-nuptial agreement?
The main purpose of a pre-nuptial agreement, also known as a prenup, is to give you a level of clarity around how your assets will be divided in the event of a relationship breakdown. Other reasons why you might want a prenup include:
- to avoid arguments and confusion over your finances,
- protect your inherited finances and assets, and savings,
- ensure you retain ownership of any businesses,
- protect assets for any children from a previous relationship (their inheritance)
Can I draw up a pre-nuptial agreement after we’re married?
No. This is because pre-nuptial agreements can only be made before you marry your partner. However, if you and your partner both want to, you can make a post-nuptial agreement.
Our experienced family law solicitors at Perduco Law have extensive experience in drafting both pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements. Speak to us today.
Our Simple Process
Book your Case Discovery Meeting with one of our Divorce & Finance Solicitors
Call now to book your case discovery meeting. If we can help, we will arrange an appointment with one of our expert solicitors.
Discuss your issue with our Divorce & Finance Solicitors
During your case discovery meeting with a solicitor, they will assess your case and give you a comprehensive road map of your case and the potential outcomes.
Receive your Quote
You will swiftly receive a tailored quote showing exactly what we are going to do for you and how that is going to progress your case with all of the potential outcomes in your case, with no hourly fees, no hidden extras, and no unwanted surprises.
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Questions about our Divorce Services
There are two elements to a divorce; there is the divorce itself and the financial settlement, which are both separate processes. The divorce process takes a minimum of 26 weeks.
Essentially, there are four ways to reach a financial settlement in a divorce. These are:
Financial Consent Order (No Assets, No Financial Disclosure)
Financial Consent Order (Assets, No Financial Disclosure)
Financial Consent Order (Assets, Full Financial Disclosure)
Click on any of the links above for more details.
The cost of a divorce varies depending on whether there are any marital assets and if an agreement on those assets can be reached without the need for court proceedings.
Where children are involved, the best solution is for the parties to reach an amicable agreement between them on the child arrangements post divorce. If this isn’t possible, we can assist you in obtaining a Child Arrangements Order.
Essentially, your solicitor will do everything involving both the divorce and financial settlement on your behalf, including
Advising you on your legal position and the best way forward.
Drafting all legal documentation
Liaising with the court and your ex-partner or their legal representative
Finalising your divorce and financial settlement
You will need to approve the documentation before it’s sent out and provide us with instructions following our advice.
You may also need to provide us with supporting documents such as marriage certificates and financial disclosure documents, e.g., bank and mortgage statements.
Fixed Fees means that we tell you your exact costs before you instruct us and detail the work we are going to do for that fixed fee. This enables you to know your costs in advance with no nasty surprises.
Nearly all family law firms charge on an hourly rate structure, which means everything they do on your case, whether it’s progressing your case or not, is chargeable in 6 minute units, so with hourly rates of £200-£450 per hour, these costs can quickly become disproportionate.