By making a prenup agreement, the couple is agreeing how to divide their property if the relationship breaks down. The aim is to avoid the cost and inconvenience of involving the Family Court.

A prenup can also be relied on if one partner dies and their executor is distributing their estate. Provided the prenup is valid, the executor must follow the agreement.

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