What is a Pre-Nuptial Agreement?

A prenuptial agreement, also referred to as a pre-marital agreement or prenup, is a legal contract signed by both parties before getting married. This agreement outlines how various financial and other matters will be handled in the event of separation or breakdown of the marriage, including division of assets, spousal support, and other related matters.

These agreements can provide a sense of security and clarity for both parties and can help to minimise conflict and uncertainty in the event of a marriage breakdown.

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Post-Nuptial Agreement

Post-nuptial agreements are signed after the wedding, addressing asset division, spousal support, and more, fostering security and communication between spouses. Enforceability may vary by jurisdiction, so legal advice is essential.

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How to approach the subject of Pre-Nuptials

The prime motivation behind getting a pre-nuptial agreement after protecting a family asset is simply to make sure that in the event of a divorce, things go smoothly and all the fuss is taken out of the divorce process.

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