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The future is uncertain for all of us. In the modern world, more people are making the choice to enter into an agreement to regulate financial matters in the event of their separating in future. The advantage of entering into such agreements is that they provide some certainty as to how financial matters are to be dealt with. Agreements can “ring-fence” certain property that you bring into a relationship and that you would wish to ensure is excluded for any future financial settlement in the event of a breakdown. It is also possible in some situations to make provision for how assets that might be acquired during the course of your relationship will be dealt with.

Contact our Pre-nuptial and Co-habitation Agreement Solicitor in Glasgow, David Doig

If you are contemplating marriage or moving in with someone and require sensitive advice, we are happy to assist. To speak to one of the top family lawyers in Glasgow, contact us on 0141 530 1360.

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