Should you have a prenuptial agreement in place before getting married? by @R44D
Answer by Raad Ahmed:
A lot depends on the soon-to-be newlyweds. While I agree with you that “I don’t think it’s bad to consider the possibility of divorce no matter how in love a couple is,” not everyone shares the same sense of realism. To some partners, bringing up a prenup can cause trust issues. So, it really depends on the level of communication between partners, as well as the financial stability of both sides. If you’re the breadwinner and/or could inherit a substantial amount of $$$ then you may want to ponder it even more. Speaking with an attorney might be a good idea to get a sense of what is your property vs your spouses property without a prenup. Remember, even if you’ve already tied the knot you can still implement a postnup.
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