It was recently announced that “Avengers” actress Elizabeth Olson has become engaged to musician Robbie Arnett.
Sources close to the couple have claimed that they have taken their relationship to the next level with Robbie proposing. Both stars however are yet to confirm the happy news.
Often celebrities and other members of the public, after making wedding plans, turn their minds to whether a pre-nuptial agreement is necessary to protect assets if their relationship should fail.
A pre-nuptial agreement is a contract which the parties enter into before marriage.
This document sets out each of the parties rights in respect of any joint assets, including in relation to property, income, inheritance and other such matters. The agreement will set out how these will be divided in the event that the marriage should end.
A pre-nuptial agreement can provide parties with peace of mind for the future and can often prevent acrimony in the event of marriage breakdown, with each party knowing precisely what will happen if things do go wrong.
If you would like advice or wish to consider whether a pre-nuptial agreement is right for you, please contact our experts who will be happy to guide you through the pros and cons of considering such an Agreement.
Please feel free to contact Rhona Royle or Terri Pickup on 0161 624 6811 or another member of our family department.
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