About This Webinar
Thursday 3 March 2022, 09:30 - 10:00
Pre and post-nuptial agreements can be very valuable, especially to those who are concerned with the protection or retention of family wealth within a divorce, such as is often the case with agricultural clients.
Such agreements can often be viewed as pessimistic, however, with the divorce rate increasing, they are rightly being recognised as realistic and protective, to not only an individual but to a family should the worst happen.
If family members do not marry but live together then cohabitation agreements can be equally useful in protecting property on a relationship breakdown.
In this webinar we will discuss:
When to enter into an agreement
What they can include
The differences between a post-nup and pre-nup agreement
When they will not apply
What can happen without a pre or post-nup in place
Who Should Attend
Farmers and land owners, landed estate owners and agents.
In a world where agricultural profit margins are being squeezed, yet land values have climbed rapidly, the financial stakes of rural business are high. We don’t just act on instruction, we provide solutions that exceed your every expectation.
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