I've posted on this topic before, and now more and more family lawyers are reporting that increasing numbers of young couples are entering into pre-marital agreements - at the insistence of their parents.

Often, the only way couples in their twenties and thirties can buy a home is with financial help from their parents, and many parents appear to want to protect this investment in the event of their child divorcing. They also see it as a way of safeguarding their child's future inheritance.

These agreements are almost always referred to in the press as 'pre-nups', and many people do not realise that they can also be entered into after the marriage has already taken place.

Rise of prenups to protect the Bank of Mum and Dad: parents of the bride and groom want to safeguard their investments in their children's homes

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3792132/Rise-prenups-protect-Bank-Mum-Dad-parents-bride-groom-want-safeguard-investments-children-s-homes.html