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There’s been a 62% spike in people getting prenups, and experts say it’s being driven by millennials
Later marriages, less concrete assets, and the equalization of the workforce are a few reasons for the spike in prenuptial agreements.
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?
Prenups aren’t just for the rich or famous — more millennials are signing them before getting married, and you probably should too
Prenups are becoming increasingly popular among Americans, especially millennials, who are waiting longer to marry and are often children of divorce.
There are 2 types of contracts married couples can sign to protect their money — here’s what it means if divorcing billionaires Jeff and M...
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and wife MacKenzie Bezos are divorcing, and they reportedly never signed a prenup agreement.
A prenup helps manage expectations of what happens during a divorce and post-divorce — but they're not for everyone.
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.
Prenups are contracts designed to prevent disputes about all marital assets, not just financial. This can include anything from a house to a pet. There's a lot of misinformation out there about what prenups can and can't protect — here are eight myths about prenups that people should stop believing.
Prenups are becoming more common among millennials — should you be signing one too? Prenups are worth considering if one partner has more assets than the other, one or both partners have investments, or if you plan to have a family. Here's how to tell if you should sign a prenup.
Relationship contracts can include all sorts of contingencies, from date nights per week to what happens when someone cheats.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry reportedly aren’t signing a prenup — but here’s why you probably still should
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may not be signing a prenuptial agreement. And while that might make sense for a royal couple, it might be dangerous for you.