Five Reasons You Need a Pre-Nuptial Agreement: Pre-Nups Are Not Just for the Rich and Famous


When a couple weds, few contemplate that their marriage will end in divorce. The hope is that their marriage will be forever; the reality is, however, that some will end, often bitterly, in divorce. Much of the acrimony of divorce could have prevented if the parties simply had a pre-nuptial agreement.

So why do couples, who are aware of the risks, fail to even consider entering into a prenuptial agreement? Diana Mercer in This is Not Your Parents' Prenup: Debunking Prenup Myths offers several explanations, with my comments added...

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