Prenuptial Agreements Calculator

Prenuptial Agreement Calculator

You can use this calculator to estimate what protection your prenuptial agreement may provide you. Essentially like an insurance policy, your prenup 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 intended as a guide, and in assessing the parties’ needs, the Court would also take into account the other spouse’s assets. Note that 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 any children all reside together with one parent. Call us today on 0113 320 5000 for a more detailed look at your situation and to discuss your requirements. Our FAQ page covers queries you may have about using the calculator.

*Note this should 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.

Calculate your level of protection

  • Length of marriage *

  • Number of children

  • Children reside with which party?

  • Applicant

    Party 1

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  • Equity in the home solely in party 1's name?

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    ** CETV is the Cash Equivelant Transfer Value
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  • Party 2

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  • Equity in the home solely in party 2's name?

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    ** CETV is the Cash Equivelant Transfer Value
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* This prenuptial agreement calculator is intended to be 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. Furthermore, all prenuptial agreements should always be prepared by a specialist family law solicitor with both parties seeking independent legal advice. Call us now on 0113 320 5000.

Breakdown of calculated prenuptial values below:

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We would recommend you do not have a prenuptial agreement as you would be worse off.

Please contact us to discuss your matter!


With a Prenuptial Agreement:

Prenup


Without a Prenuptial Agreement:

No prenup


There are many factors that can affect the actual value that would be received if you were to separate from your partner so we would always advise that you contact us to discuss your circumstances and get a more precise estimation!

Get in touch by calling 0113 320 5000 or completing our online contact form for further information on how we come to these figures or to discuss your situation.

This prenuptial agreement calculator is intended to be 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. Furthermore, all prenuptial agreements should always be prepared by a specialist family law solicitor with both parties seeking independent legal advice. The amount received will be dependent on your individual circumstances and may require evidence. Contact us to find out more.

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