A prenuptial agreement (often known as prenup agreement) is a formal pre-marital written agreement between two partners. The prenuptial agreement sets out ownership of all the belongings including money, assets and property and explains how these will be divided in the event of the breakdown of their marriage.
Pre Nuptial Agreements are not legally binding in the UK but are considered to be persuasive for the judge to exercise discretion in deciding the financial settlement by giving weight to the pre nuptial agreement. Pre-Nups, Post Nups and Pre-civil registration agreements cannot exclude the authority of the Court when dealing with financial issues when a marriage or civil partnership irretrievably breaks down.
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