What is a pre-partnership agreement?
A pre-partnership agreement is the same as a pre-nuptial agreement for married couples. It is signed before a couple enters into a civil partnership. The agreement protects a couple financially if their relationship breaks down by setting out how assets will be shared.
Although it may feel unromantic, it can offer peace of mind as nobody can predict what is around the corner. If a civil partnership is dissolved, having a pre-partnership agreement in place can reduce stress at a very difficult time.
Would you like advice from a civil partnership solicitor?
Our civil partnership lawyers can guide you if you would like advice about registering your civil partnership or entering into a pre-partnership agreement. We can also help you with other aspects of family law, such as adoption and surrogacy.
Alternatively, if your relationship has broken down and you are considering dissolving your civil partnership, we can discuss your options with you and make sure your interests are protected.