There are many other benefits of a marital contract, it can protect a person from the debts of his partner, prevent the sharing of the business/the estate, he can provide marital assistance in terms of monthly maintenance or maintenance. A marital contract, a premarital contract or a pre-marital agreement (commonly known as Prenup) is a written contract entered into by a couple before the breakdown of marriage or a civil union that allows them to choose and control many of the legal rights they acquire at the time of marriage, and what happens when their marriage ends in death or divorce. Couples enter into a written pre-retirement agreement so as not to enforce a large number of national marriage laws that would otherwise apply in the event of divorce, such as laws governing the sharing of benefits and pension savings, and the right to seek support (marriage assistance) with agreed conditions that provide security and clarify their marital rights.  A pre-marital contract may also include waiving the right of a surviving spouse to invoke a voting share in the deceased spouse`s estate.  In Bai Fatima vs. Ali Mahomed Aiyab (1912 14 Bom. L.R. 1178), bombay High Court found that any prior agreement, which not only provides for but encourages the future separation of spouses, is contrary to public policy and must therefore be declared non-agreeable. On the other hand, in the case of Muhammad Muin-Ud-Din – Another v Musammat Jamal Fatima (1921 63 IND Case 883), the Supreme Court of Allahabad was placed before the question of whether a marriage contract was legally good and enforceable or contrary to public order and nullity. The Court found that the circumstances of this case were different from The Bai case, and that such an agreement was valid and enforceable. Marriage contracts are recognized in Australia by the Family Law Act of 1975 (Commonwealth).
 In Australia, a marriage contract is called binding financial agreement (BFA).  However, in the event of divorce or separation, both spouses fight with the hearings of their case, reject charges, blame the opposing party, so that the person can pay less money than child support, and that is where the importance of a conjugal agreement comes into play. A marital agreement is different from the historical marriage regime, which was not primarily about the effects of divorce, but on the constitution and maintenance of dynastic families or a divorce regime established by the parties as part of the dissolution of their marriage. Marital conventions are civil, so Catholic canon law does not exclude them in principle (for example. B to determine how property is distributed among children in a previous marriage after the death of a spouse). The most important feature of an agreement is that it should be able to distribute the reason why it was drawn up and, therefore, the marriage agreement should contain some essential points such as: there is no fixed structure of a prenup, and it can be tailored to the needs of the couple.