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"There was transparency from the word go. I would never hesitate to go back in the future."

A private client: family team

"The team as a whole is excellent. They conduct good communications across departments as well."

A private client: family team

"They provide excellent service. They are immediately responsive and sensitive but provide straightforward and clear advice."

A private client: family team

"Jan is extremely knowledgeable and professional, compassionate as well, and pretty tenacious. She went above and beyond the call of duty."

A private client: family team

"Very good and efficient"

A private client: family team

"Debra is a well-regarded collaborative lawyer who acts for professionals, business owners and armed forces personnel."

Chambers and partners 2017

"Jan Galloway specialises in cross-border cases and is capable of handling both financial and children work which spans multiple jurisdictions."

Chambers and partners 2017

"Katy conducts good quality work in larger and complex private law matters. She is very thorough and establishes a good rapport."

Independent third party: family

"Jan Galloway understands how international private law issues operate in children cases"

Independent third party: family

"The ‘efficient and capable’ team at Moore Blatch LLP has worked on several pre-nuptial agreements and high-value divorce cases in 2015."

Legal 500 2016

"Jan fought very hard, and was sensible at the same time."

Market commentator: family

"Jan is such a people person. She protects the client but she works for the benefit of the family, and she has good judgment."

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Protecting wealth

It is important at the start of any relationship that you have the best advice on how to arrange your affairs in case of problems later on.

Whether you are getting married, entering into a civil partnership or are cohabiting with your partner, it is important to make sure that assets are preserved or distributed appropriately, particularly in the event that a relationship or marriage breaks down.

Pre-nuptial agreements

Pre-nuptial agreements are a way of recording a financial outcome in the event that your marriage is unsuccessful. They can be particularly important where there is an imbalance of wealth or where one party is looking to safeguard inherited or other family wealth.

Post-nuptial agreements

Post-nuptial agreements are entered into after a marriage and typically contain similar information to a pre-nuptial agreement. The purpose of both types of document is to try and achieve some certainty in the event the marriage fails.

Contact us

The law is quickly changing in this niche area and specific advice is imperative.

For more information and to book an appointment in our Southampton office please contact Debra Emery.

For Richmond and City appointments please contact Jan Galloway.

Cohabitation agreements

If you are living with a partner but are not married or in a civil partnership, a cohabitation agreement is a document that outlines what is to happen if the relationship does break down. More information about cohabitation is available here.

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