When couples remarry it is an exciting time but you might want to cover the possibility that everything doesn't go to plan.  We can help give you peace of mind in these circumstances.

Getting you organised
Even before remarriage you can set out your wishes in a cohabitation agreement  or by revising your will . Once the question has “been popped” and the proposal accepted then a pre-nuptial agreement is a useful legal means to agree what should happen if things don’t turn out as originally planned.

Setting you off on the right foot
Many property purchases will involve some form of joint or shared ownership and often not simply 50/50. We will ensure that we help you to make the right decision on how you protect your and your dependents share of the investment.

Looking to the future
As well as ensuring that your will is up to date any monies invested in property are properly apportioned, we will help to provide for you and your respective families futures though trusts and tax planning .

Keeping things moving
We will use our experience to make sure that matters progress in a timely manner but not so fast as to overlook important issues for all parties concerned.

Explaining each step
Your named and dedicated lawyer will help you along the way by explaining everything that you need to know in straightforward, everyday language.

Call your local Boys & Maughan office or email us for more information