Pre-nups and property bubbles

With the aim of a pre-nup being to provide some certainty and protection to couples and their assets, all such agreements involve some ‘crystal ball gazing’, looking at the parties’ lifestyles and family expectations, and balancing them against case law and how that is expected to develop. 

Nicola Harries, family partner, explains how a property bubble can impact significantly on such agreements, in an article featured today in Spear’s.

If you have any further questions about the article or related matters, please contact Nicola Harries on nicola.harries@stevens-bolton.com

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