National Family Mediation is pleased to support a call by a TV production looking to work with couples interested in saving money and grief further down the line should they split by making a pre-nup or post-nup agreement.                                                                                                                                        
Would you like help to protect any inheritance, savings, property or money you’re bringing into the marriage? Burning Bright Productions wants to talk with couples (marrying for the first, second or third time) willing to discuss these important issues, before or after the big day, for a new TV show offering free, top legal advice which could help you start married life on a secure basis. 
 
Prenuptial agreements are increasingly recognised as enforceable under British divorce law after a landmark supreme court ruling in 2010 and increasing numbers of couples are getting them drawn up for a variety of reasons:
 
More people are remarrying with homes, children or financial assets from a previous relationship to take into consideration. 
Many, marrying for the 2nd or 3rd time, have grown up kids whose want their family inheritance to be protected.  
The ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ means parents often make a substantial financial contribution to the marital home of young newlyweds – but want to make sure they get the cash back if they split-up. 
Parents, planning to leave family money to their kids, may not want their son or daughter-in-law to benefit if they divorce.
Or many people feel that modern marriages should mean you get out what you put in, and that is not always the same as your spouse.
 
Burning Bright Productions want to talk with people are interested in exploring prenuptial or postnuptial agreements openly and honestly, with the potential to get free legal guidance from some of the UK’S leading family lawyers if they were selected to go through the process. 
 
They want to hear from people of all ages and stages for an off the record chat and more information on how the process might work. 
 
Please get in touch with Annabelle at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (T: 0203 696 5050)

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