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How do you plan on asking for a prenuptial agreement?

Asking for a prenuptial agreement in the months leading up to your wedding day is sure to bring some stress to your life. However, if you take the right approach, you can get your feelings out in the open so that you and your partner can decide what to do next.

Simply blurting out that you want a prenuptial agreement is not the best idea. Instead, you need to take some key steps:

  • Never issue demands: Telling your partner that they have to sign a prenuptial agreement is only going to drive them away. Rather than issue demands, have an honest conversation about your reasons for wanting a prenup and your fears.
  • Don't just speak, listen: There's nothing wrong with speaking up, but you also need to listen. Your partner may have concerns about signing a prenuptial agreement. They may not even understand what it entails. When you listen, you're able to better put your partner's mind at ease.
  • Try again at a later date: If you leave yourself enough time to work through the details of your prenuptial agreement, you can always shelf the conversation and come back to it later.

The way you ask for a prenuptial agreement will set the table for what comes next. With the right approach, you won't scare your partner away. Instead, you're able to show them what a prenuptial agreement can do for the both of you.

Once you decide that a prenuptial agreement is a good idea, hash out the details on what to include and finish off the process before your wedding day arrives.

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