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Posted on Fri, Feb 19, 2010 09:37

i would insist upon signing one....... i wouldnt want my husband for one second to think i was with him just for money hiweve i would also want to have written in this agreement that if he ever cheated on me then i would get everything.... it's a two way street , i am the most loyal person ever and value that over money any day. x x just a pic of me as my profile isnt up yet x

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Posted on Wed, Feb 10, 2010 16:59

I'm on the fence with this one! I completely agree with member: easymantolove. However, on the other hand I feel it would be a way to prove I'm not just marrying for money. I dunno, I guess if it got to that stage I would hope my partner would know and trust me enough not to have one (based on my own personal values). Maybe I'm just nieve....



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Posted on Sun, Jan 17, 2010 11:24

NO, I WANT SIGN THIS PAPER WITHOUT KNOWING EACHOTHER



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Posted on Sat, Jan 16, 2010 16:28

and the catholic religion along with other religions say you cannot have sex before marriage, so how far do you want to take this? lol

Btw, I am Catholic and I believe in Prenups too and if a marriage is meant to last it will last with or without a prenup.



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Posted on Thu, Jan 14, 2010 08:12

I agree......as long as it does protect both parties!!!!



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Posted on Wed, Jan 13, 2010 20:07

I liked your comment about being a Catholic and not allowing a pre-nup.  If he doesn't love and trust me enough...he is out of there...it is about love and "forever".



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Posted on Sat, Jan 02, 2010 14:46

How sweet...and naive of you. Pre-nup is a plan. And any good contract includes a "what-if". More than 50% of marriages fail these days. More harm is prolonged when two people are using the asset division portion to really screw tha other. Nothing that says the pre-nup cannot be "put everything in a bucket and split it in half at the end". It is as individual as your relationship. A safety precaution.

I met a guy a few years ago who was looking for attorneys/financial advisor to, get this, "Make sure that my assets are protected in case of a divorce." The asshole was married for 25 years, raised 2 kids with this woman. The little wife doesn't speak english. Oh, if he was dead, she'll get $2M. Is that whacked? Basically, there is an incentive to have him die instead of getting a divorce.

But, Whatsupdoc....I am always a sucker for the romantic. You go Mr! I am cheering for you and yours...



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Posted on Sat, Jan 02, 2010 14:35

A marriege that works, pre-nup or not, is an anomaly...



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Posted on Tue, Dec 29, 2009 17:52

Actually, as a Catholic, I cant sign one as technically the church is not supposed to marry you if one exist as its their belief that you are entering in to the marriage with the belief that it will fail.

There is one exception to the Catholic prenup rule and that has to do with how your estate gets handled.

Question is, have you ever known anyone with a prenup that had a marriage that lasted? I have never heard of one and if that odd one did exist it would be a statistical anomaly.



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Posted on Mon, Dec 28, 2009 17:35

Hello

Hands Down, Where's the pen? Always read the fine print, be permitted to add a few pointer(s) and once signed, begin that fab life together!



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Posted on Sun, Dec 27, 2009 18:00

This is so true, whatsupdoc. But in the end they get the lawyers involved and everything else gets muddled and lost in the fray. I don't see that prenujps are necesary but if it makes my lover feel more comfortable then I would sign it.

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Posted on Sat, Dec 26, 2009 20:26

I agree with whatsupdoc that whatever you had before marriage was your own and everything after marriage was 50/50.

So  my question to whatsupdoc... why marry?



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Posted on Sat, Dec 26, 2009 19:25

Yes! its only smart



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Posted on Thu, Dec 24, 2009 19:47

I wholeheartedly disagree with the notion that signing a prenuptial agreement as a necessity... When I get married I plan on it being with him for the rest of my life.

However if my partner desires a prenup to quell any reservations that may be felt regarding my intentions then I would sign it.



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Posted on Thu, Dec 24, 2009 19:42

I have no objections to a prenup on assets acquired prior to our relationship.

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Posted on Sun, Dec 13, 2009 05:11

if i got married i wouldnt ask for them to sign one but i would sign one if they asked me to. im not a gold digger so why would i fear signing one?? i wouldnt. il marry for love eventually not for money.



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Posted on Wed, Dec 09, 2009 21:29

Anyone not willing to sign a prenuptial agreement has ulterior motives. Period!



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Posted on Thu, Sep 03, 2009 11:21

I personally want a pre-nup lol¿ But Im successful and retired at 48 whats the big deal about it.¿ You either love for money or love for love.¿ I choose love and keep the money out of the deal.¿ : )

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Posted on Mon, Aug 24, 2009 21:54

Seems cold, but it does protect both parties. It would not cover gains / losses during marriage so make it fair to both. i would not consider a lady unless she was accomplished also.



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Posted on Sat, Aug 08, 2009 02:22

Yes, b/c I have assets I have worked for & the ability to earn income... I have seen how it works in court & it comes to the money baby...For a female that is self motivated, saavy & well heeled...Heck ya I want a pre nup!



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