How to use Prenup in a sentence
With one in three marriages ending in divorce however, those with considerable assets would be well advised to give the prenup at least some consideration.
A prenuptial agreement, or prenup, is a contract signed by the bride and groom- to -be prior to their wedding.
Neither party really wants to think about a prenup, especially when planning a wedding.
Anyone who has assets such as real estate, stocks and bonds, or substantial savings would be wise to consider a prenup.
Prenup talk should be handled as soon after the engagement as possible.Advertisement
Discuss your reasons for wanting a prenup.
A prenup might not be the most romantic proposition, but for those with assets, it couldn't hurt.
Because there is no prenup, the battle over McCartney's $1.5 billion fortune, as well as custody of two-year-old daughter, Beatrice, is bound to be bitter.