Our family law Luton office covers the whole of Luton and London. Areas we cover include;
Aley Green, Aston Abbots, Bendish, Bierton, Billington, Bishopstone, Breachwood Green, Burcott, Bury Park, Caddington, Cheddington, Chiltern Green, Clipstone, Cockernhoe, Crafton, Cublington, Dagnall, Dunstable, East Hyde, Eaton Bray, Edlesborough, Flamstead, Grove, Harpenden, Hartwell, Hightown, Hitchin, Hockliffe, Holywell, Houghton Regis, Hulcott, Ivinhoe, Kensworth, Kimpton, Ledburn,
Leighton Buzzard, Letchworth, Ley Green, Lilley, Little Offley, Long Marston, Lower Sundon, Luton, Luton Markayte, Mangrove Green, Marsh Farm, Marsworth, Mentmore, New Mill End, Northall, Pepperstock, Peters Green, Pitstone, Piuttenham, Ringshall, Rowsham, Sewell, Slapton, Slip End, Soulbury, Southcort, Stewkley, Streatley, Studham, Sundon, Tea Green, Tebworth, Totternhoe, Trowley Bottom, Upper Sundon, Whitwell, Wigmore, Wilstone, Wing, Wingfield, Wingrave.

One of the most popular services we offer is prenuptial agreements OR prenups. One of the main reasons a legal document of this type has become more popular is down to the fact more people get married later on in life or are getting married for a second time. For these and any other situations, prenup agreements or prenuptial agreements are legal written documents that are drawn up. We have fantastic expertise and the capacity to deal with post nuptial agreements, a legal agreement or document for couples who are already married.




Prenuptial agreements or Prenups are not the same for everyone or every situation, the only real similarity is that they are drawn up by our family law team for both people involved there is no need for another family law company to get involved. A prenup or prenuptial agreement is put in place to protect both parties prior to marriage.

The main objective of such a document is agreeing in a way to regulate the division of cash, savings, investments and assets if, in the future, the marriage should break down, set up to be actioned when the dissolution of the marriage happens. As expert family lawyers we appreciate how awkward this type of situation may be, just bringing the subject up to you partner who you have obvious feelings for, can feel a little bit awkward. A prenuptial agreement can give the relationship that peace of mind which is a positive, as it can save a lot of heartache further down the line.

There are many different circumstances where pre marriage agreements will need to be drafted. The most popular prenuptial agreement is drafted because one partner has accumulated more assets and is therefore much wealthier than the other.

Prenuptial agreements are popular for couples getting married for a second time in a second marriage both parties have accumulated assets, investments, cash or savings which they may feel they want to protect. They may want to protect these as inheritance for their children that they have had in a previous marriage.

You may be about to get married or if you are already living together and wish to protect a business, investments, property, savings, money or assets, we are here to help. We have expert family law lawyers who can expertly put together prenup that suit your needs.

You may wish to look at other ways of protecting investments or assets, we have methods in place, such as putting them into trust, or simply preparing a written legal will.

Excellent service from start to finish, thanks so much we can now get back to where we were before!

Thanks for helping me with my divorce I can now look forward for the first time in months.

My parents are over the moon! Thanks we will certainly recommend your services.



To get a prenup agreement in place the first step is easy. Arrange an appointment with one of our family solicitors. At the first meeting we will go over what your circumstances are now and what they may be like in the future.

We also offer advice on other methods to keep your assets, investments and savings safe such as Trust Funds which are set up to protect your wealth. For the very best family law help and advice call our family solicitors now or fill out a contact us form, outlining clearly what type of pre marriage agreement you wish to be drawn up.