14 December 2020
Post-nuptial agreements: Your questions answered
What is a post-nuptial agreement?
A post nuptial agreement is an agreement signed during the marriage by which a couple can reach a consensus on how assets are to be treated in the event of a divorce. Like pre-nuptial agreements, they are not legally binding but if prepared properly a court is likely to give weight to the agreement in the event of the marriage breaking down.
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