- Yes.40% (17)49% (17)44% (34)Vote
- No.60% (25)51% (18)56% (43)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
It can be. For example any woman that has ever claimed that a prenup is insulting and unromantic is basically a gold digger looking to make a profit on her way out. Funny how rich women, never think prenups are insulting or unromantic. lol Any sensible person will protect themselves.
It is like wanting to get medical insurance. it doesn't mean you are planning on getting sick or neglecting your health, but you want some insurance in case things do go bad. If someone has a problem with you protecting yourself, then they clearly don't have your best interests at heart.1
Most Helpful Girl
No, I think it's more indicative of their willingness to protect their assets. I want a prenup if and when I ever get married. That doesn't mean that I'm envisioning my divorce. Actually, I want to be able to ensure that my partner will never try to force me to use my money by claiming that it belongs to him after our marriage.
I was left a sizable trust fund that I intend to use as a retirement and contingency fund for myself. I don't want to be forced to dip into this every single time that he wants a new sports car.0