No, it's hoping for the best, but preparing for the worst. Like insurance. I mean, you dont get car insurance and hope for a craah right? Same thing with marriage.
@Gotcha_Writer10 Yeah, I agree its a lot like insurance and its a good Idea to have, but that doesn't change the fact I don't like thinking about them until its time to sign one.
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By the way, can you tell which blue user here is a female pretending to be male? It should be quite easy... as easy as abc. As easy as 123, or in this case 3643.
You're worse off if you make less money without a pre-nup than if you were rich. If you only made $50,000 and year and your ex-wife wants $25,000, your ass is broke. If you make $200k and she wants $100k at least you can still eat, pay bills, pay your car and house payments.
Why is that?
What if it’s a woman demanding one?
@askuser Because he doesn't.Love is a form of madness involving infinities.A man in love with a woman has no limits on the sacrifices he will do for her.A pre-nup is a way someone protects themself supposedly from the one they "love" *cough* bullshit *cough*A man who demands a pre-nup loves his stuff more than his woman... which means he's not in love at all with her.
"What if it’s a woman demanding one?"This is irrelevant.If he loves her, he loves her.However, if he loves HER, then he's an idiot because he will fall out of love with her and he will have wished he did the pre-nup at some point. So, if he wants a pre-nup, 1) he's not in love and 2) he's protecting himself from his own future stupidity.
No I mean what if you wanted to marry a woman and she wanted a prenup.
You would assume she doesn’t love you?
Yes, that's correct. I would not marry her.No pre-nups whatsoever.
How would you both manage spending? What if she makes double your salary? Would you spend it or only spend your own income? What if she owns stocks and investments? Would you feel inclined to sell it during a rough financial patch?
Never marry a woman who refuses to sign a prenup. She loves your money, not you.
You can love a girl with all your heart but if she pushes for a divorce and removes you from her life then your ass is gonna get SCREWED and there's nothing you can do about it. Protect your ASSets.
@Liam_Hayden I see you will be looking forward to an unhappy marriage. Like pretty much all men your age - including me a long time ago - you have a lot to learn about women.
@mateynine Same for you.
@asker You wrote:"How would you both manage spending? What if she makes double your salary? Would you spend it or only spend your own income? What if she owns stocks and investments? Would you feel inclined to sell it during a rough financial patch?"These are good questions but have nothing to do with a pre-nup. Regardless, what is the context for you asking these questions? That said, each couple is different and how they handlle their financial affairs is their business. However, ideally, each person should be emotionally mature enough to make sacrifices for the greater good of the couple and sometimes that will mean making a sacrifice for yourself to let your partner indulge on occasion as long as the partner does not abuse that position and is willing (and does) make a similar sacrifice for the other person.
@asker Did I answer your question? If you want to PM me about this, your are welcome to do so.
Making sacrifices for each other is fine, but why should either party make sacrifices after breaking up? Women are able to get jobs and support themselves now. Alimony is unnecessary.
what country is that