I have heard from many male friends that the idea of marriage could be more appealing to them if the risks were minimized. Apparently, things such as child support, alimony, and asset protection are valid concerns men have about picking the wrong mate.
It seems that prenuptial agreements are more commonplace than ever. Not only the wealthy utilize prenups, anyone who wants to protect their worth and their future earning potential can take steps to do so.
All this makes me wonder if more ways to “reduce the risks” involved with marrying, shouldn’t we more open to jumping the broom?
Do you think that prenups are helping us to become more pro marriage?
Is it a worthwhile effort to reduce risks associated with marrying the wrong person?
Why do you think so many people take that leap of faith and decide to ignore the divorce rates, infidelity statistics, etc.?
Would you sign a prenuptial agreement?
By Wise Diva, Misadventures in Atlanta Dating Blog.