Back in the 1980s or was it 1990s, it was bruited about that the wedding of a media personality and her rich boyfriend did not come to pass because the latter (or his family) wanted to draw up a prenup agreement. At the time, such was taboo.

This article I just read from the Sunday Inquirer Magazine somehow leaves me confused: while it advocates having one, the lawyers who prepare such or one of them doesn’t think he’d draw one were he about to get married now. I quote: “But, on the other hand, said that given the opportunity now to get a prenup with his wife of 26 years, he’d still choose otherwise.” – Otherwise meaning not?

Read the article here.




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