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26/10/2023

Prenuptial agreements, also known as prenups, are contracts that outline how a couple will handle their finances in the event of a separation. While not legally enforceable in Hong Kong, prenups can still have a significant impact on financial decisions during a divorce. It is important to consult with legal professionals to ensure the agreement is drafted correctly and complies with local laws. Prenups provide an opportunity for couples to make informed decisions about their financial future, promoting transparency and fairness in their relationship.

To know more about prenups, please read our latest article prepared by our Partner, Simon Wong, and our Associate, Kathy Siu.