Henrietta Frew

Senior Associate Solicitor

DATE PUBLISHED: 15 Feb 2021 LAST UPDATED: 23 May 2022

What rights do I have if I want to postpone my wedding?

Henrietta Dunkley, an Associate Solicitor in our Dispute Resolution team, has recently been interviewed by ‘This is Money’ as an industry expert on what contractual rights couples have if they want to postpone their wedding during the coronavirus pandemic.

Within the article Henrietta, alongside other industry experts, discuss:

  1. What to do if your venue insists on charging you more to postpone your wedding to next year;
  2. The position on what couples should/should not have to pay if they have smaller than anticipated weddings;
  3. Issues with goods and services contracts, to include the all important wedding dress; and
  4. What to do if you want to cancel your wedding entirely.

The full article can be read here: https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/bills/article-9197421/What-rights-want-postpone-wedding-thanks-pandemic.html

Henrietta can assist both couples and wedding businesses with any contractual disputes they might have.

If you would like to discuss a wedding contract, please contact Henrietta Dunkley in our Dispute Resolution team by calling 01202 057863. Alternatively, please email Henrietta.Dunkley@ellisjones.co.uk. Henrietta will be able to give you initial advice on your position and thereafter offers proportionate and transparent fee structures to help progress and conclude your matter.

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