Until now, the much famed prenup has not been recognised in the UK. However things may be about to change...
A new law is being put forward which would make pre- or post-nuptial agreements for couples legally binding. This means couples could agree the terms of their divorce BEFORE getting married. This, in theory, makes it easier to split money and property.
Currently, unlike in places like the US, they can be made but not inforced. This change would make them legally binding.
Do you think they would be commonplace? Do you think many Catholics would take one out? Will they mainly be used in re marriages to protect existing children's inheritance (as some have suggested)? Would you get a prenup?
Read more: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-26357609