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Family Law Guidance For Athletes – The Importance Of Pre & Post Nuptial Agreements

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Tuesday, 02 August 2022 By Tammy Knox

This is the second in a series of articles exploring key family law issues facing athletes over the course of their careers. This article focuses on nuptial agreements and is relevant to athletes who are living in or relocating to England and Wales, whether married, engaged or contemplating a marriage or civil partnership. It will answer the following questions:

  1. What is a nuptial agreement?

  2. How can I protect my financial position before I get married?

  3. Is it possible to ensure financial security for my partner and me if I am already married?

  4. How enforceable is an English pre or post-nuptial agreement?

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Tammy Knox

Tammy Knox

Tammy is a partner in the London office of Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP, specialising in all areas of family law, particularly those with an international element. She regularly advises on child abduction and international relocation of children, financial issues arising from separation, Family Law Act applications, disputes about child arrangements and prenuptial agreements. She is also experienced in representing vulnerable clients.

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