(Closed) Did my friend get pregnant to trap a guy? Also should I get a post nup?

posted 2 years ago in Money
Post # 2
2857 posts
Sugar bee

First of all, your friend’s relationship with her husband is none of your business. You and the other women you claim are “friends” of hers don’t sound like very good friends, particularly considering your speculations on her motives and painting her as a gold digger.

As far as a prenup goes, I personally think it’s a good idea. If my partner and I ever get married, I would want a prenup to protect my inheritance and family assets, property, etc which will pass to me.

Post # 3
3474 posts
Sugar bee

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junema :  Ah, the Ukranian sisters who do not work… Congrats on your new username.

Post # 4
5566 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2017

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junema :  how do you know he didn’t want a baby too? I don’t understand a lot of your post, but I was pretty turned off by you and your friends gossiping about your other friend

Post # 5
992 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2018

I agree with the first response first thing ur friends situation is none of ur business


Second I think yes you should get some things in order as you mentioned

Post # 7
1445 posts
Bumble bee

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claroquesi :  Rings a bell with me too. 

lilly1 is that you? I think you may still be fretting about things that are not your concern ( friend getting pregnant).

You apparently continue have a problem with your husband’s family, so if you want a post nup, get one.

Post # 8
67 posts
Worker bee

In Australia, prenups aren’t worth the paper they’re written on. You can easily challenge them in court. So “when he leave yo ass, he gon’ leave with half!”

Post # 9
5189 posts
Bee Keeper

There are so many things wrong here.

1) your friend’s situation does not impact you, so it’s not your biz. Why worry about it?

2) you’re talking about your inheritance as though your parents are already dead.

3) you have been paying the mortgage with your husband. Exactly how do you propose to split your home that you bought when you married?

4) A prenuptial agreement is a good idea when there are significant assets accumulated prior to marriage. Significant assets in my opinion do not include pieces of a property that you, your husband and your parents paid for. 

5) Your parents may not die for decades. If you manage to stay married that long do you really want to exclude your husband from the inheritance? A prenup is handy if the marriage fails early on. Later in the marriage I believe it becomes less important/binding. For a postnup, consult a lawyer.

Sorry, I just find it creepy when young people talk about their inheritance as if their parents are going to die tomorrow. I’m considerably older, have been married for roughly a million years and my parents are still alive. My husband is welcome to anything I receive at this point. 

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