Are Prenups are for Lovers?

This is another, in a series, of posts that feature articles I wrote for Wealth Manager and other magazines. I actually had a lot of fun writing this one, Broken Vows, Solid Contracts:

For many–if not most–love-struck couples, the words “prenuptial agreement” are anathema, a blanket so wet that it threatens to extinguish their burning love for one another. “Forget that!” they chorus. “We’re in the mood for love!” So, rather than engaging in an important financial discussion before they marry–when they are most likely to treat each other fairly–they wait until the end of their marriage, when they’re least likely to do so. . . .


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