Pocket Money podcast: We want prenup! The real cost of breaking up

Divorce or separation isn't always cheap.

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No matter what stage your relationship is in, it's always good to think about the future. Merging your finances might seem like an exciting step, but it could get you in a world of trouble down the road if you don't do it right. On this episode of Pocket Money, we speak with Sydney-based lawyer and family law accredited specialist Fidan Shevket about the dirty secrets of prenups, divorce and the financial side of breaking up.

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Pocket Money is hosted by Marc Terrano and Sally McMullen. The show is produced by Franko Ali. Editing and theme music from Brianna Ansaldo of Bamby Media.

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