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Should Couples Sign A Prenuptial Agreement Before Marriage?
All couples should sign a prenuptial agreement before marriage.
In addition to helping with planning in the case of a divorce, a prenup can help couples plan in the case of a spouse's death.
As marriage loses ground in the modern world, with on-demand divorce, prenuptial agreements restore the ideals of real sacrifice, consequence, and promise.
Prenuptial agreement is the fairest way of dividing property in cases of divorce.
If all couples signed prenups the civil law system would become more efficient.
Prenups make sure that marriages become less about what an individual owns and more about being together with the one they love.
Prenuptial agreements can protect individuals from potential harms in case of a divorce.
A person who contributes to the continuing success and growth of their spouse's business or professional practice may not be entitled to claim a share of the increase in value if they're pushed to agree otherwise in a premarital agreement.
Signing a prenuptial agreement is showing a lack of faith in the sustainability of the future marriage.
Part of the purpose of marriage is to share each other's life. Signing a prenup goes against this purpose.
The division of property during the process of drafting a prenup can become tilted in favor of the individual with the best attorney.
Prenuptial agreements are more likely to be disadvantageous to women in opposite-sex marriages, which harms gender equality overall.
Many people make fundamental life-altering changes throughout the course of a marriage that cannot be predicted at the time of signing a prenuptial agreement.
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