In many countries Pre-Nuptial Agreements are commonly used to manage the parties assets in the event of separation. A Post-Nuptial Agreement is an agreement entered into after marriage.
In England and Wales they have not historically been as popular, however this is changing. With the increase in second marriages and international marriages, Pre-and Post Nuptial Agreements are becoming increasingly popular.
Although these agreements are not fully legally binding to the extent that they block a future financial application by the partner to the marriage, the courts have shown that they are much more willing to enforce and uphold a valid nuptial agreement that has been appropriately agreed by both spouses.
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