Are pre-nuptial agreements legally binding? Family Law

While pre-nuptial agreements are not legally binding in England, judges are giving increasing weight to what has been agreed and frequently uphold them, providing they have been properly drawn up by a qualified solicitor and both parties have been independently advised.

They are certainly worthwhile if you own a business, property or have inherited family wealth and should be viewed as an insurance policy, protecting your assets if the unexpected happens and your relationship breaks down.