Do I understand correctly that you agree with the OP that she is being blackmailed into signing the post nup?x9200 wrote:If I were you we had already be divorced for blackmailing me with the post nups stuff.
As for what I understood from her posts - yes.Wind In My Hair wrote:Do I understand correctly that you agree with the OP that she is being blackmailed into signing the post nup?x9200 wrote:If I were you we had already be divorced for blackmailing me with the post nups stuff.
I belong to that group too but this is kind of aside. I simply found unfair to let her join her husband under such condition. Sorry, this is a blackmail for me and assuming her intentions are honest, the worst type, using somebody's love and emotions.Wind In My Hair wrote:I used to find the idea of pre/post nup very unromantic, but as I grow older I lean more and more towards very separate financial accounting, and think it fair that each gets to keep their pre-marital assets, including the income generated by these assets. What each chooses to contribute to the marriage from this income is entirely up to her. But in the event of a divorce, I want to know that what was mine is still mine.
But I know some people who view the very suggestion of a pre or post nup as a lack of something important in the relationship (trust? unity? commitment?) and perhaps OP belongs to this more traditional group. It doesn't necessarily mean she is a gold digger.
And divorces coupled with hurricanes can bankrupt you even faster. I can attest to that! 1972 was a very bad year!earthfriendly wrote: And divorces can bankrupt you.
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