Almost 50% of Britons would like to take out a pre-nuptial agreement before tying the knot, research from internet bank Smile has claimed.
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Women are most keen on pre-nuptial agreements, with 47% in favour compared with 44% of the men surveyed.
Respondents said such agreements should cover subjects ranging from who owns what to who should hold the TV remote.
A third of married respondents said they would want an agreement drawn-up if they came into a large sum of money.
Overall, it is not just finances couples are keen to get straight before they get married.
Nearly two-thirds of those quizzed said they would want a "no cheating" clause in their pre-nuptial agreement.
What is more, 60% said they would want their partner to agree to doing an equal share of the housework.
The research was based on the responses of 5,650 people to an online questionnaire.