A guide to prenup agreements

Guides|Marriage | 21 May 2019 0

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A prenup agreement is a formal, written agreement between two partners prior to their marriage. It sets out ownership of all their belongings including money, assets and property and explains how it will be divided in the event of the breakdown of their marriage.

Considered by many as unromantic, practical by others at Stowe we like to think of them as a type of insurance policy.

Read why in the guide below (and they are not just for the wealthy).

 

 

The blog team at Stowe is a group of writers who share their advice on the wellbeing and emotional aspects of divorce or separation from personal experience. Guest contributors also regularly contribute to share their knowledge.

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