Prenuptial agreements contain more bizarre ‘lifestyle’ clauses
MarketWatch had an interesting article on the subject of "lifestyle" clauses in Prenuptial Agreements, which are now routine in many "celebrity" Prenups and becoming more common in those of ordinary folks: "Some lawyers reported an increase in these so-called lifestyle prenup stipulations in recent years, according to the American Bar Association Journal. Atlanta-based divorce lawyer Randall Kessler said he is familiar with provisions penalizing everything from cursing ($100
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Buzzkill or just being practical? A look at the modern-day prenup"
AirTalk has a good article recently on the nature of "modern-day" prenups, the fact that they are becoming more common and not just for the wealthy: "But in recent years, prenups have become more common, extending far beyond the super rich. In a 2016 survey, 62% of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers members said they had seen an increase in prenups. 51% of members observed an increase in millennials seeking prenups." The full article with a link to the 18 minute AirTalk
Why you're more likely to have a prenup than your parents were
The Chicago Tribune had a good article recently on the subject of millennials and young business owners and entrepreneurs generally considering marriage who are viewing prenups as a way to "play things safe": "Now, some couples are using prenups as a way for each person to protect any assets they accumulated - be it a modest condo or a promising start-up. The agreements can also help people protect future income at a time when it's not unheard of for a popular smartphone app