Prenuptial agreements are becoming increasingly popular here in the UK, and they are no longer seen as the preserve of the rich and famous. But what are they? Prenups are a bespoke document, drawn up prior to entering a marriage or civil partnership, and can be a useful tool to help couples plan how they wish to divide their assets in the event of future separation. Here Annie Joseph and Isobel Massey explain what prenups are, how they are treated under UK law, and why you may want to consider getting one.
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