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How to bring up a prenup conversation

Many couples want a prenup before tying the knot. It can make a possible divorce much simpler. Numerous couples, including those with billions of dollars, still do not consider the benefits. 

One major reason why a lot of couples marry without a prenup is that it is a difficult conversation to have. Discussing a prenup involves discussing what will happen if the marriage ends, which a lot of people do not want to think about before the wedding. It is a tough but essential conversation to have, and here are some ways to make that task easier. 

Have it early

Ideally, you should talk to your partner about prenups while the two of you still date. This way, you can get a sense of how your partner views prenuptial agreements before they become an actual factor. After the engagement, you should meet with a family law attorney as soon as possible. Crafting a prenup can actually bring a couple together because it forces the two of you to openly discuss your finances and your hopes for the future. 

Opt for the truth

Talking about a prenup will be awkward. There is no way to get around it. The best course of action is to be honest and open with your partner. You can say how you have spoken with your family about the matter, and they want you two to have a prenup, if that is the case. Communicating your wishes honestly will make everything so much simpler. 

Point out the benefits

Prenups often come into effect when one partner makes substantially more money than the other. Wanting a prenup can come across as stingy and greedy to someone who makes far less. However, prenuptial agreements provide protections to all parties who sign. A higher-earning spouse cannot get out of paying anything through a prenup. You should do your research to learn all a prenup can do. 

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