Asked Dec 6, 2010, 11:31 PM
I'm a British Citizen marrying a lovely Tunisian man - My question is that there are 2 types of marriage contract, one which contains a Prenup, basically saying anything we owned before the marriage remains are own, and anything we accuired within the marriage is split if the marriage dissolves.
This is not a nice subject to think about, but it's something we want to do - To prove the doubters he's not after my property, etc.
So is this marriage contract sufficient in UK law - Or should I get an English Prenup drawn up also?
We're marrying in Tunisia - Then hopefully (Visa dependant) will settle back in the UK.