According to numerous statistics, 50% of American marriages end in divorce. With such less than favorable statistics, does anybody think that having a prenuptial is a good idea?
If you made considerably MORE (or were worth a lot more than your fiance), would you prefer or insist on having a prenuptial? Or if you made considerably LESS (or were worth less) than your fiance, would you refuse or prefer NOT to sign a prenuptial? Why?
- If I was worth MORE than my fiance - I would INSIST on a prenuptial.Vote A
- If I was worth MORE than my fiance - I would NOT insist on a prenuptial.Vote B
- If I was worth LESS than my fiance - I would SIGN a prenuptial.Vote C
- If I was worth LESS than my fiance - I would NOT sign a prenuptial.Vote D
- I wouldn't care either way, I would do whatever my fiance wanted.Vote E
Most Helpful Girl
If two people truly love each other, then they shouldn't have a problem discussing hypothetical scenarios. It doesn't mean you have any less faith in your fiance, it just means you have enough forethought to plan for every aspect of your futures. It also gives you the opportunity to find out even MORE about your fiance, by seeing in advance how he would treat you in a less than desirable situation.
If my fiance came up with a prenup that wasn't fair, I probably wouldn't marry him, and I'd be glad that I was able to avoid marrying a selfish man in the first place. I think most people should consider a prenup as a final test before marriage - a test to see how caring and sincere your fiance REALLY is.9