People are now signing 'baby-nups' which assigns child rearing tasks to each parent. Here's more from Metro:
Couples sign a prenuptial to protect their assets when they get married. And now some parents are taking inspiration from that and using the concept to create baby-nups. The contract is essentially to delegate responsibilities between mum and dad but it’s not a rigid document – there is some leeway for parents to make adjustments. The idea is to help them divvy up chores and ensure they have an equal workload if possible. Unlike a prenup though, baby-nups are obviously not legally binding.
Would you do this? It was discussed on some of the talk shows yesterday. See what they said on the TODAY Show: