Whilst the statistics are limited the data below shows that some people have regret about not entering into a pre-nuptial agreement prior to marriage. Of course, this does need to be weighed up against the regret one might have by asking for a pre-nuptial agreement if it dampens the engagement! Many people don't address the issue as they wish to avoid that "awkward" conversation, but it could make life far more settled moving forward to have that difficult conversation ahead of time.
One in ten married people regret not making a pre-nuptial agreement20% of Londoners wish that they had made a pre-nup One in ten married people in the United Kingdom wish that they had made their partner sign a pre-nuptial agreement, according to a new survey commissioned by the Liverpool law firm Cassell Moore. In London a fifth of those surveyed admitted 'regret' at not having signed a pre-nup. However, in the North-West of England roughly one in 20 people had entered into a contact.