More couples in New Zealand are being compelled into stressful and awkward prenup negotiations - even without getting married.

Since a law change in 2002, courts can split up couples' assets on the basis of little more than living together for three years.

The change in the Property (Relationships) Act also expanded the range of assets at risk upon separation from just the family home to virtually anything shared.

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