Should I make my fiance sign a prenup?
If a couple is coming into a marriage with very different financial pictures—and would like to keep it that way—this would be one reason to get a prenup. “It’s more a matter of coming into the marriage with a certain financial success that’s independent of the union,” says relationship expert Jane Greer, Ph.
Are couples with prenups more likely to divorce?
Despite half of all marriages ending in divorce, only 11% of couples state that there’s a chance their marriage could end in divorce and less than 5% have a prenup in place to protect their interests should they divorce. …
Can a prenup really protect you?
A prenup can protect the rights and obligations of both parties with respect to property. A prenup can also decide which jurisdiction’s law would be used to interpret the agreement and where any legal proceedings would be held. Many other matters, including personal rights and obligations can also be included.
Is asking for a prenup wrong?
Prenups are designed to protect assets brought into the marriage, and if you don’t have any yet, don’t feel as if you’re doing something wrong by not asking your partner for a prenup. “If you’re making less than $100,000 a year, there probably isn’t a compelling reason to get a prenup,” says Abramowitz.
Why does my fiance want a prenup?
The prenup is just to protect each party in case something happens. The boyfriend might be thinking that he’d be willing to sign a prenup that gives X amount, a fair or even generous amount, rather than risk being sued for everything he has.