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Prenuptial My fiance` wants me to sign a prenup. I don't want to. It is a second marriage for both.....
It is a second marriage for both of us and he says it is best to be very clear about these things. It is to protect me as much as him. Since I dont have any assets to protect I am not sure how that can be. So? what do I do? Do I have any choice? It seems like while I am planning for our future, he is planning for our break-up.



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eonetiller
A pre-nup pretty much means you will get divorced at some point. If he wants you to sign one he is just covering his own @$$ so if you seperate he doesnt have to give you half of everything. Find someone else that actually loves you and wont make you sign something stupid as a pre-nup.

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Storm
to me, i feel that a prenup means i dont trust you.
trust and honesty are a big part of love. how can he say he loves you if he doesnt trust you? you will never be happy with him. this is obviously heavy on your heart. and you will always think about it.
why would he need to protect himself from you?
he thinks of you that low that he needs to protect his money from you? that only goes to show that he cares more about his assets then you or your relationship.
think before you sign..

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Gabby_Gabby_Purrsalot
I wouldn't. Your choice is to not marry the fool. He cares more about his stuff than he does about you. Divorce is an option for him. When divorce becomes an option, he's given up on the marriage. Before it starts. Turn around. Walk away. Don't look back.

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S&S
It has nothing to do with love. Since it's the second time around for both of you, he probably was burned by his ex-wife, so he wants to protect himself. I don't blame him. You say you have no assets to protect; that could be why he wants a prenup -- he doesn't want you to take what little he's got left. As long as you're together, what's his is yours anyway. If you really love him and you're not marrying him for his money, this is a non-issue, and you should just sign. On the other hand, if you're thinking, "well, if we do split up, what do I get?" then you're probably better off not marrying him at all.

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Donald A
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Prenuptial are for divorces.You are getting ready for a life of no trust and possibly no LOVE

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serenity_may
Make sure that you dont get the short end of the stick if he wants you to pay half of the debt if you breakup and most of the debt wont be yours that is unfair. If he insists get a legal opinion.

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laa_dee_*****_daa
It's called insurance...Just do it. What is his will stay his if you split and you can't do the typical vendictive bs people do.

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free_angel
If you don't want to sign one tell him no, you are not signing it.

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notyou311
You better have your own lawyer read it before you sign. It does not protect your interests, too. He is looking out for himself and you had better do the same. This does not sound promising at all.

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edaily777
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Me personally, I wouldn't sign a pre-nup. Tell him you won't sign it, give him your reasons. If he insists, dump him.

You are right, you are planning the future, he's planning the end.

In most people's vows they say things like "until death do us part". I figure if you leave before death, you have to live with the sacrifice of your part of the "forever" assets.

Prenup's are a "you want your cake and eat it too" thing. I think they show a lack of commitment. That being their lack of commitment to the "forever, death do us part" part.

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Conrad
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Of course you don't want to sign it.....you have nothing and he has all the assets. You have nothing to loose and MUCH of his assets to gain in a possible break-up. If you don't want to sign and I were him, I'd see your materialistic greedy side ....and run like hell.

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lost_carolina
If he trusted you so much he wouldn't ask you to sign a pre-nup. He's planning for failure.

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gimpalomg
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Your man was burned badly, or at least he thinks so..

I have seen how courts divide assets:

The woman gets the house, the man gets the house payment.

The woman gets the car, the man gets the car payment.

The woman gets the uranium stock, the man gets the shaft.

He simply may not be ready for another bit of sex with no love involved. In short, he may not be ready for a commitment. Only you can make the decision to walk away or hang in there. With all due respect, I do think it is a decision you should consider seriously, good or bad, the rest of your life could hang on it.

I have been married to my current wife (second in a short string) for 35 years. As I tell young people, the first 30 years are the hardest.

Consider your decision thoroughly and accept my best wishes regardless of the path you take.

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texasboy
2nd marriage for both of you? Sounds like one of you learned something from the 1st marriage. If you love the guy sign the damn thing and forget about it.

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devinshell
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If my boyfriend asked me to sign one I would. You hope things will last forever, but you never know. Best to be protected.

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miatina2004
Remember that you dont have to do anything that makes you feel uncomfortable, You should tell him how you feel. and if he cannot understand that is his problem not yours.

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Discovery
if you are not marrying him for money, what's the prob to sign a prenup? he has the right to protect his asset, like buy insurance for your car, that doesn't mean that you are prepared to have a accident, buy a peace of mind.everyone should sign one.divorce rate is 50%!

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RunSueRun
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If you're being asked to sign a pre-nup... he love not love you nor trust you. Your smartest choice is to find someone else.

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LETICIA P
dON'T SIGN IT !!!! IF NYOU EVER DIVORCE YOU CAN GET 1/3 OF HIS ASSETS IN TEXAS. UNLESS YOU AGREE ON AN AMOUNT AHEAD OF TIME AND THAT IS IN THE PRENUMP.

LIKE HALF A MILLION PLUS CHILD SUPPORT IF WE DIVORCE. tHEN SIGN IT UNLESS YOU THINK YOU CAN GET MORE BY NOT SIGNING IT.

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RDW928
Ask for something in return. Tell him you want an expiration date. If the marriage lasts longer than that (or if he dies), then the prenup will become null. It doesn't hurt to ask. He shouldn't worry about it then.

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Missy
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I hear you sister. If I was in your position I don't know what I would do either.
Talk it out with people that love you and ask for their advise.

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Kiki
Sure you have a choice. You don't have to sign it. I guess in this day and age, he's probably just being practical, as so many marriages end in divorce. I've never been in this situation, though, so I can't really predict how it would make me feel.

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arya_littlefinger
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pre-nups are awesome for anyone in a relationship. My man and I are getting something like that and we're only moving in with eachother

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DakotaNZ
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If you're not interested in what he ownes now sign it. But make sure it doesn't block you from having anything that you acquire together if you break up. What about seeing if you can get a prenup made up that prevents him from getting his hands on anything you acquire during the marriage. You might not have any assets now but you may later.

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GirlinNB
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Lots of people do it nowadays, especially if you both have something great to lose, which is not your case. Doesn't mean he is looking forward to a break-up, he's protecting himself as it is a 2nd marriage and I can just imagine what he could have lost in that divorce.

Besides if you have nothing to lose, then why not? I would, but then again, we brought in about half and half, so situation is totally different I know.

Just sit him down, explain you are uneasy about this and your reasons why. Maybe things can be worked out for the best and each of you will walk away happier.

At either rate, good luck in whatever you decide.

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Sara
WELL... if you don't want to sign then don't. He is only protecting himself and if that bothers you then break it off. If it doesn't bother you then go for it.

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kierr31
I personally wouldn't. I would call BS and tell him if he thinks you are going to leave him, he's high. point out that it DOESN'T protect you...if HE cheats you get nothing. Then you will have pissed it all away for him. tell him you have terms of your own. You'll sign it if there is a clause in there stating that if he is found to be cheating that he will have no rights to the marital assets. Also put a clause that if HE initiates the divorce for any reason that he must give you XXX amount to support you while you get on your feet.

Do NOT leave yourself with no options/outs! That is NOT protecting anyone but him. If he loves you, he will understand that much.

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Lori Q
no but history has taught him to protect himself...he loves you but he wants to feel protected

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Tina d
u think he thought his last marriage would work out as it did? if he did he wouldnt of got married. he is just protecting himself from more heartache if it was to come to that. hes not saying it will think of it like this just b/c ur on birth control does that mean ur gonna have sex b/c of it? just sign it just make sure that its in there that if he is to die that u do get everything just to make sure ur secure of ur future if something was to happen to him.

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Phil S
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Why wouldnt you want to sign it? Planning to sue him?

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Crystal L
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People make to big of a deal about these things, "oh it's so un-romantic" yeah well marriage is more then just flowers and puppy dogs. Seriously since it is your second marriage it probally is best for the two of you, it dosent mean that he plans on breaking up with you he just wants to not make the same stupid mistakes you make when your young and in love. Be glad you found a intelligent man that is looking out for you as well.

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