The killer question? Will you ask or will you risk it?

A tricky question: during the interlude between your engagement and wedding/civil partnership ceremony, do you risk suggesting a pre-nuptial or pre-civil partnership agreement (pre-nup for short)?


There is surely no better way to drain the romance out of your relationship than by contemplating its failure. Yet there may be good reason to reach agreement now as to how your finances would be dealt with should separation happen:

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