Prenuptial agreements are highly recommended for any young couple getting married and are absolutely required for high net worth individuals, or young people who expect to make a lot of money in the coming years.
However, many prenuptial agreements are often unsuccessful because it is one of the partners feel like they were dealt a short hand. Many females are likely to feel that they were unfairly dealt with in the prenuptial agreement. Many young women do feel pressured to sign the prenuptial agreement, especially one that has been presented at the very last moment just before she walks down the aisle.
Make sure that the prenuptial agreement protects your rights. Don’t allow anyone to force you to sign a prenuptial agreement. In fact, it is a great idea to get a family lawyer or a divorce attorney to go over your prenuptial agreement before you sign it. Your attorneys are likely to find little details that can compromise your rights. Take time to go over your prenuptial agreement clauses, and ask your attorney all questions that you want before you decide to sign.
If your intuition tells you that there’s something wrong, and that you need to put off signing the agreement, go with it. For example, during the negotiations of a prenuptial agreement, you may be willing to compromise, but may find that your fiancée is not willing to give an inch. In such a case, you may naturally begin to harbor doubts about the success of marriage to a rigid, unbending partner. You may want to listen to those doubts and questions in your mind. Some compromise is to be expected but if you’re simply being told to hand over all your rights over on a platter, there’s something very wrong.