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This calculator is intended to estimate what protection a pre-nuptial agreement may provide. Essentially, like an insurance policy, a pre-nup may never be used, however, it will allow you the peace of mind to know that your assets are protected should you need it in the future.

This calculator is an approximate guide and is not a substitute for obtaining expert legal advice. Winston Solicitors cannot be held responsible in any way for any reliance placed on the calculations provided. The amount received will be dependent on your individual circumstances and may require evidence.

In assessing the parties’ needs the court would also take into account the other spouse’s/partner’s assets. Debts have not been taken into account in this assessment. However, they can be taken into account by the court. For the purpose of our calculations it is assumed on separation that the children all reside together with one parent.

Include any continuous period of cohabitation leading up to the marriage e.g. if you began living together in 1998, married in 2001 and separated in 2008 this will be treated as a 10 year marriage.

Party 1

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Party 2

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