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Prenups help dictate how assets are divided during a divorce.

6 things you never knew you could put in a prenup, from sex toys to frozen eggs

Prenups dictate what happens to finances in the event of a divorce — but did you know you can also include genetic material, creative ideas, and pets?
Couples spend an average $76,944 on a wedding in Manhattan, according to The Knot.

You don’t need to be rich to get a prenup — here’s how much you should expect to pay

How much does a prenup cost? The cost of a prenup depends on where you live, what you're protecting, who your attorney is, and how long the negotiations take. Here's how much you should expect to pay.
Find out your partner's credit history before it's too late.

Money is a leading cause of divorce — but Suze Orman says a major ‘red flag’ early on could help you avoid financial disaster

Financial problems are one of the main reasons couples seek marriage counseling, and it's a leading cause of divorce. In a recent podcast, Suze Orman said there's one financial red flag to look for before marrying someone.
An amicable divorce takes $5 million for rich people.

Couples are more likely to divorce amicably if they’re worth $5 million or more, says a divorce attorney

The threshold for rich couples to have an amicable divorce is around $5 million, according to one divorce attorney. In an article on Fatherly, writer Lauren Vinopal explored why the upper middle class — dubbed "the fighting class" — fights the most.
Are both men and women uncomfortable with the idea of women breadwinners?

Looks like married couples are lying to the US Census about who earns more money

Women breadwinners appear to make both men and women uncomfortable, writes Claire Cain Miller in the New York Times, citing findings from the Census Bureau. In heterosexual married couples, a new paper finds, husbands and wives are lying about who earns more when the woman is the breadwinner.

The vast majority of Americans consider themselves ‘middle class’ — with a notable exception

Singles are nearly twice as likely to feel "not at all" financially secure.

5 essential money conversations to have before proposing to your partner

While money conversations aren't the most romantic, they must happen.