- Believe in it if you have the money
- Believe in it if you're the broke one
- Its a setup for failure and don't agree
Most Helpful Guys
I'd like to say that both people should agree to prenups regardless of who makes more (otherwise your true intentions show through). That said they often get thrown out of court, so I wouldn't trust it, personally I don't want to marry, marriage is a toxic and dangerous idea for men now, given that women engage over 50% (cant remember the exact number atm) of all divorces and win custody the majority of the time. The woman can cheat on the man, divorce him, and still get alimony and the kids and half his stuff (including the familial home).
Where's the option for believe in it regardless? I don't take money into consideration at all when choosing a partner. They could be the richest person in the world and I wouldn't care. The only thing that matters to me is our chemistry (emotional, physical and communicative). If they want to use their money on me, then that's their own choice, but no one should be "entitled" to their partner's money.
Most Helpful Girls
Yes. I'll definitely get a prenup before I get married to someone. That doesn't mean I'm counting on us getting divorced, but people can change and do something completely out of character, and I'd want my assets protected incase such a thing would happen.
i do beleive planning for the marriage to fail is bad karma. but since i have a daughter from a previous relationship i will expect him to sign away my share of communal property into a trust only for her while she is under 18. luckily he understands she comes first.
sometimes a prenup or will isn't about us, its about preventing people from worry and fighting after us. if its black and white there is no contest.