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Signing a prenuptial agreement hardly screams romance. On one hand, it could provide engaged couples — and their families — with financial peace of mind. On the other hand, it could prematurely split them up.

The FT’s Money Clinic podcast wants to speak to couples who have signed, or plan to sign, a prenup. How did you broach the conversation with a potential spouse — and how did they react? Did you resent pressure from your family? Or maybe you cohabit with an unmarried partner and are both interested in protecting your personal assets.

Because we feature real-life money stories on the podcast, we only ever refer to our guests by their first names. If you would like to share your experience with listeners, please email money@ft.com.

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