Q: When my husband and I first met, he was significantly wealthier than me. Before we got married, he insisted we get a prenup. I was young and in love so went ahead with it. We have now been married for many years. I took time off work to raise our kids. Now that they have grown up, our marriage is feeling fragile. Looking back, I think the agreement I signed was incredibly unfair and would leave me with next to nothing if we separate. If our marriage does end, is there anything I can do to stop the agreement being enforced?

Prenups can be an effective way of protecting assets for your future, and the future of your loved ones. In this NZ Herald article, I discuss what a prenup is and how one can be challenged.