Hooray for Prenuptial Agreements!

Most people think of prenuptial agreements as something rich men use to keep their assets from falling prey to their new, less wealthy (and usually younger) wives — the gold-diggers.

Others see it as a sign of mistrust. If you need a
prenuptial agreement, you must not trust your future spouse.

I see it differently.

When I married my wife, neither of us had assets to protect, so our agreement was not about protecting assets. Rather, it was about what in our relationship we would value and how we would value it. We committed it to writing because memories fade over time and because we are both lawyers.

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