Certainly prenuptial agreements in Hong Kong are not required to be enforced but if both parties were represented by counsel when they were signed, and if the documents were signed long before the actual wedding date, they may then be of significant evidentiary significance. Postnup Before a couple gets married, there are always things to be considered. Bringing in people from different backgrounds to live together requires some sort of an agreement for peaceful coexistence. What has been dominating over time is the prenuptial agreement, popularly known as prenup. It offered a perfect way for settling. Couples can use prenuptial agreements to make concrete future financial plans together and decide how they will invest, save, or spend their money. For example, each spouse can agree to contribute a certain amount of money into joint bank accounts or determine a regular spending allowance. Reasons for a Postnup Postnup or postnuptial is a legal agreement between a married couple which ensure that what happened to their assets in case of separation, divorce or even if one of them dies. This agreement does not just consider the financial assets of both parties but also the financial liabilities. The division of property can be set by percentages (i.e., first party 50% and second party 50%). Another option is to divide property according to state law.