Most people view prenuptial agreements as if they're for the rich or famous. Perhaps you've heard stories of a billionaire trust fund baby requiring his future spouse to sign a prenup that gives up her right to his fortune in the event of a divorce. Perhaps you've viewed prenuptial agreements as a kind of insurance policy against gold diggers. However, prenuptial agreements -- although they might serve this purpose in some cases -- are much more than a way for the rich to prevent losing their money in a divorce.
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