A prenup isn’t just for the wealthy. It’s an effective tool to financially protect both parties in a marriage regardless of the level of wealth held by either party. A prenuptial agreement is a contract put in place prior to marriage. The prenup defines what is and isn’t considered marital property. The contract specifies the financial responsibilities and rights to property, including assets and debts, in the event of a divorce or death.
Marriage is complex, and each relationship is different. Because of this, there is no “one-size-fits-all” version of a healthy marriage. What works for you and your spouse may be different than what works for another couple. However, there are some common subtle signs of an unhealthy marriage.