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Wednesday, 05 February 2014 09:30

The Prenup

Myleen Class wishes she had asked her husband for a prenup. She had to pay him a reported £1.8m. Duncan Bannatyne wishes he had asked his wife for one too. Prenups are a very wise move if you have money you want to protect. It doesn't have to be £millions, it can be your life savings that mean a lot to you. It isn't very romantic but there has to be a business side to love sadly these days.

Traditional views that marriage lasts forever are not backed up by the stats with 42% of 1st marriages in the UK ending in divorce. Prenups can be fair to both parties and even help a relationship by discussing finances before the wedding.

Top tip for prenups is to mention that you agree with them early on in the relationship - don't leave it until the week before the wedding!

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