Prenuptial Agreement Solicitors in Wokingham - WLS Solicitors

Welcome to WLS Solicitors, your trusted Prenuptial Agreement solicitors in Wokingham. We understand that planning for your future is essential, and a prenuptial agreement can provide you with the peace of mind you need. Our experienced team is here to guide you through the pre-civil partnership agreements process, ensuring your interests are protected every step of the way.

Why Choose Our Prenuptial Agreement Experts?

  • Legal Expertise: At WLS Solicitors, we specialise in family law and have extensive experience in crafting prenuptial agreements tailored to your unique needs. Our solicitors are well-versed in the intricacies of family law in Wokingham, ensuring your agreement is legally sound.
  • Personalised Solutions: We recognise that each couple’s situation is different. Our solicitors take the time to understand your specific circumstances and goals, working with you to create a prenuptial agreement that aligns with your wishes.
  • Transparent Legal Communication: We believe in clear and open legal communication. Throughout the process, our team will keep you informed, answer your questions, and provide you with the guidance you need to make informed decisions.

Our Prenuptial Agreement Services

  • Initial Consultation: Schedule a consultation with our solicitors to discuss your objectives and understand the process.
  • Drafting the Agreement: We will create a legally binding prenuptial agreement tailored to your requirements.
  • Review and Negotiation: If necessary, we can assist in negotiating the terms of the agreement with your partner or their legal representation.
  • Finalisation: Once both parties are satisfied, we will ensure that the agreement is properly executed and filed with the appropriate authorities.

Why Consider a Prenuptial Agreement?

  • Protect Your Assets
  • Clarify Financial Responsibilities
  • Ensure Fairness and Transparency
  • Reduce Potential Conflicts in the Future


For immediate assistance, contact our prenuptial agreement lawyers in Wokingham on 01684 216777


What is a prenuptial agreement?

A prenuptial agreement, often referred to as a “prenup,” is a legally binding contract entered into by two individuals before they get married or enter into a civil partnership.

This agreement outlines the rights and obligations of each party concerning their financial assets, property, debts, and other matters in the event of divorce, separation, or the death of one of the spouses.

The primary purposes of a prenuptial agreement are to:

  • Asset Protection: Specify how each partner’s assets, including property, investments, and business interests, will be managed and divided in case of divorce or separation. This helps protect individual wealth accumulated before the marriage.
  • Debt Management: Clarify how marital debts, such as loans or credit card balances, will be handled, ensuring a fair distribution between spouses. Inheritance and
  • Estate Planning: Address how inheritance and the distribution of assets upon death will be managed, often to ensure that certain assets go to specific heirs or beneficiaries.
  • Spousal Support: Define whether one party will provide financial support to the other (alimony) in the event of a divorce, and if so, under what terms and conditions.
  • Child Custody and Support: While a prenuptial agreement cannot determine child custody or child support arrangements, it can outline the financial provisions for children from a previous relationship.
  • Business Protection: Protect business interests by stipulating how ownership and control of a business will be affected by the marriage and subsequent separation or divorce.
  • Financial Transparency: Promote financial transparency and open communication between spouses about their financial expectations and responsibilities.

How much does a prenuptial agreement cost?

The cost varies depending on the complexity of your situation. We provide transparent pricing during the initial consultation.

Is a prenuptial agreement legally binding in Wokingham?

Yes, when properly executed, a prenuptial agreement is legally binding in Wokingham.

Can I modify a prenuptial agreement after marriage?

Yes, you can amend a prenuptial agreement after marriage through a postnuptial agreement. Our solicitors can guide you through the process.