Prenuptial agreements have often been represented as “weapons” that spouses use in a bitter divorce, pessimistic, “worst-case-scenarios” that seem to say that a marriage is doomed from the start.
As a result, many people voice strong objections when their spouse-to-be suggests that they create a prenup. Most of these objections come from the heart not the head because prenuptial agreements are, in fact, a wise “insurance policy” for any marriage.
Following are the logical answers that will effectively overcome emotional objections.
I Object! Prenuptial Agreements Always Favor the Husband
In order to be upheld by the court, prenuptial agreements must be fair and equitable in the eyes of the law. Prenups actually empower women by assigning a monetary worth to non-monetary activities (for stay-at-home moms, for example). This protects women who may have sacrificed a career to raise families.
I Object! A Prenuptial Agreement Means We Don’t Trust Each Other
A prenuptial agreement can only be created in a trusting atmosphere where both parties feel free to offer “full disclosure” regarding their assets and debts. These “intimate” revelations often open the door to resolving other important issues.
I Object! Even If We Divorce, I’m Sure It Will Be Amicable
Even the most loving marriages can end badly. There’s just no way to know. A well-drafted prenuptial agreement will help ensure that there are no emotionally and financially draining court battles in the future on the issues covered in the prenup.
I Object! Neither of Us Has a Lot of Assets
Hopefully, your future will be filled with success — individually and collectively. If only one party thrives in the marriage, however, those assets may be “up for grabs” in the event of divorce. A prenuptial agreement can ensure that each party keeps what he/she has earned.
I Object! We’re Not Going to Ever Get Divorced
Sadly, as divorce statistics demonstrate, many “happily ever afters” turn out quite differently. There’s no such thing as 20/20 clairvoyance, so having an “insurance policy” is simply wise and prudent. You can also mention that prenuptial agreements define what happens to martial assets in the event of death, as well as divorce.
I Object! I’ll Be Worried All the Time
In fact, the opposite is true. A prenup provides tremendous peace of mind for both parties in a marriage. With decisions about marital assets, support, etc. made in advance, you’ll both be able to sleep at night knowing that your rights (and assets) are protected.
Remember that many people simply can’t sign any type of prenuptial agreements because of religious convictions. The Roman Catholic church, for example, considers that a marriage is “invalid” (i.e., never happened) if there are such agreements, because they presuppose the possibility of divorce. Believing that divorce is possible, in the eyes of the Catholic church, makes one attitudinally not oriented toward the idea of marriage itself – which 100 % vulnerability of everything you own, and yourself. It would be unfortunate for people who are religious to be overlooked as good marriage partners, when in fact they make (in general) the best marriage partners out there, and are the least likely to get divorced in the first place. Prenuptial agreements are for those who are “secular”, who don’t really practice religion, which is fine if that’s what someone wants. For the religious, prenuptial agreements do pose more spiritual and religious difficulties.
I am 33. I married my husband when I was 18. I signed the agreement with pressure from his mom and assurance that it was fair. I didn’t tell my parents until after 7 years of marriage. My husband is cheating on me. We have a 7 year old daughter. I am trying to get a divorce and am most likely going to be screwed over because I was so nieve to sign the aggrement 15 years ago. My lawyer is not too sure we can fight it, because it will be costly. It is so unfair. I have not done anything to diserve this. What do you think I can do?
Question- I have been previously married. I’ve been divorced for quite some time and in that time attended college. I am currently with someone and the marrage topic keeps coming up. The issues is I had a terrible divorce and I don’t want it to happen again. My goal is to continue on to dental school to become a dentist, but I don’t want to get married and then if it doesn’t work out lose half of my dental practice to someone who didn’t work for it or have to pay outragous alimony to him either. Where I am not in dental school yet, or even have my own practice am I able to put that in a prenup? Things that may be in the future? Since losing alot of stuff in my last divorce, I don’t really want to get married again unless I know that I am not going to lose everything that I worked so hard for. I do not want to start all over again. Am I able to have something in the prenup that states what assets we each haveand updated it as more items are aquired? I am not very familiar with prenups.
I am so stupid, well at least when I signed the pre-nup. He got me good. I was in love(at least I though I was) and was blinded by that and signed the pre-nup without thinking that one day I would stay home and raise the kids, cook, clean and everything else. I don’t get paid for that. Who is going to pay when if we divorce and for all the years that I put into this marriage making sure everyone else around me was happy…except for me! His mom made him go to the lawyer and get one because of one comment that I made 11 years ago. Now what happens to me? I am no longer happy and need some help and advice…any one out there that could give some advice?
A pre-nup is a binding agreement even after divorce and cannot be altered unless one the parties has the pre-nup revised, correct?
what if you have been married for 30 years? i had a lwayer tell me it’s not good Ihave been married to long, is that true?
The world was a much different place when those religions were invented. There was a very different social order, and one could argue that marriage has changed to adapt to social changes (equal parenting/monetary roles, divorce, etc.). And, as marriage is something that non-Papists can do as well (such as other Christians and even nonbelievers), that is shoehorning your conception of marriage into a varied institution.
I disagree wholeheartedly that a prenup, something that can empower men and women, is a mere “secular” contrivance.
You do well to clarify some of the many concerns I have Sabrina; and above and beyond that, the emotional insecurities I would feel having been with someone for so many years and at the end of it all to discover that they’re my biggest enemy feeling that they’ve been “screwed over” if and only if they don’t squeeze me dry of my dream that over flows with my heart, my life’s work and legacy that I’ve put all of myself into, that should I die, would be all of me that remains (aside from the memories of me fickle people like my ex have who love you today and hate you tomorrow). A prenup is unfair you say?? It’s life that isn’t fair… A prenup (which in law must be equitable for both parites) serves only to protect the lambs from the wolves in sheep’s clothing, even if that wolf has been disguised for so long that it forgets its true nature…
I’ve heard of several cases of women marrying older divorced men who had grown children. A few years into the marriage, the man becomes sick and the wife has to care for him. The grown children are grateful their father has a live-in nursemaid to care for him. They reward her by making sure she doesn’t get a DAMNED THING after the father dies. Can a prenup prevent this from happening? Can it override an existing will?
Two opposites. Doreen and Sabrina. One woman wants the big bucks, from her ex and the other wants to protect her hard work from a parasite. Doreen wants to live off her one time host as most women feel they are entitled to do until they make more money than the man. It is so laughable to hear women complaining about paying alimony now, that they are making more than the man they married. The tell anyone that will listen how unfair it is. How wrong it is. But i’ll bet my last dollar these are the same women who wouldn’t hesitate to take every last cent from their ex if they could. My ex took me to the cleaners. Then remarried and SHE insisted on a pre nup with her future husband because she now had more assets than he. Women are notorious for being the parasite in a marriage gone bad. Now the tables are turning and look who is crying now.
Sabrina….. I am a dentist. I do know for a fact that a dental office IS A MARITAL ASSET if it is acquired during the marriage. I am unsure about the protection that a pre-nup can afford you, if the asset does not exist at the time it is signed. Besides, you will have a divorce attorney telling you “You bought the practice and set it up with marital funds, it is his too. It’s only fair”
I will tell you the same thing my divorce attorney told me: “Live with your GF, there is no common law and you should be fair to her if she wants to move out…Pay for her relocation. PERIOD. As soon as you sign the marriage papers, you stand to lose a lot.”
I already got divorced, at a cost of $983,000. It wont happen again. (I will live with her my whole life, I dont need a paper)
@Tara. Interesting comment on prenuptial agreements and religion. I just read this today, “If you’re an evangelical Christian adult who has been married, there’s a 26 percent likelihood that you’ve been divorcedâ€”compared to a 28 percent chance for Catholics and a 38 percent chance for non-Christians. That’s according to the evangelically affiliated Barna Research Group, whose long-term clients include the Disney Channel. The same study cited a 30 percent divorce rate for atheists.”
Is it true after 10 years of marriage the prenuptial agreement is over.
My wife and i are divorcing. we have a pre nup that says any debt that is each of our names is the debt of that person. She wants me to pay an amount for the wedding but the wedding costs are in her name. I did Alot of remodeling work on her house and I believe that it should be even. She says she’s going to sue me for the cost of the wedding. Will she win?
I am 19yrs old and im in a common law relationship, i have a 1 yr old son and im wondering if maybe my spouse might cheat on me, and if this prenup will change anything, i dont want to lose my son to him.
In response to Tara, what I find with these roman catholics is that they are probably the most likely to suffer through a bad marriage for their entire life. I know of catholics who live alone, because they can’t get the divorce… This would be lonely, to not be able to escape a marriage, and still not be single, so as to find someone.
To not presuppose the possibility of divorce is to be oblivious to reality.
Is there any prenups agreement that will allow each party to be entitled to half of everything we own,even if one party didn’t really contribute to buying any properties.Please advise Thanks.
Tara Scheufler, your assertion of “they (religious people) make (in general) the best marriage partners out there, and are the least likely to get divorced” is incorrect. Reputable studies from both secular and religious organizations show otherwise. here’s one of them (though the wording seems to have been changed because the most direct part of the article cant be found; George Barna saying “”While it may be alarming to discover that born again Christians are more likely than others to experience a divorce, that pattern has been in place for quite some time.”. Probably it was removed (as so have been other original studies/articles that show the same, but many reputable references to them are on the net. Educate yourself before making such statements.
Hello, I have signed a Prenup, on the beginning of mine and my husband realationship.
He had a house, an expensive car, and I had a little savings.
My english wasn’t very good and I was forced to sign it. My husband kept on telling me, if I don’t sign it, his parents won’t let us live together. So I did signed it. This is now almost 7 years ago.
We have lived ever since together. We are married since 5 years and have 2 children. I started working 3 years ago.
Now, I feel unfair treated by this prenup, since I have been kinda forced to sign it. But my husband won’t do anything about it. He doesn’t want to change it. He says now where we are married and have children the prenup doesn’t mean anything. But I do remember the laywer back then said it will stand even when we married and have children.
What can I do to get a piece of mind?
Do I have a right of the house as well, if we do ever get divorced?
Thank you kindly
For all of you that have caught your husband cheating, check with you state, that can be enough to throw the pre-nup out!
Interesting comments. Its a very sad World I agree, but the fact remains that more often than not, its the people (both men and women) that have next to no assets, which are the ones that are so against prenup’s etc. It more then seems to have become a Career Choice for alot of people (hate to say it – but especially Woman) to take other to the cleaners. I know there are decent people out there, but there is also the complete opposite. When I was younger I was going out with a girl who’s family was one of the richest in Australia (most people would have heard of them). It was me that happily bought up the subject of a prenup. We broke up for the usual reasons before anything was signed and that was it. Ive heard people/friends since then say, OH you should have stayed with her etc etc. Now that I myself are almost certainly destined to fortunately come into a MASSIVE amount of wealth – guess what ? I’m never getting married.. Just to disappoint everyone here, I actually very much like being single. If I ever get a blow up doll – yes, there will be a prenup – I’m serious. Again sadly – for everyone else with money thats concerned – Its better to be lonely and rich, as apposed to being temporally not lonely and rich, only to ultimately end up lonely and poor.
Getting a Prenuptial Agreement is a must for those want to secure a fair break up both agreed upon by the two parties. If you are a female who signed one; to later have your husband cheat on you I can understand your feelings. This however does not mean you should be entitled to 50% of your husbands income after a break up. Nor your wifes if it is signed.
The whole point of a Prenuptial Agreement is to ensure a fair break up if the unlikely event happens. It’s not fair for your husband to be paying you, or wife if she’s the one supporting you for years after a break up if both parties agreed, which most do.
A Prenuptial Agreement is taking your marriage into your own hands and leaving it out of the governments.
This is why the bible says that ” The Love of Money is the Root of ALL evil” Marriage is not about any of that…. first of all its just stuff… its material.. you can not take anything with you… i miss the days were a man believed in taking care of his house… a lot of the comments on this page are selfish… If you feel you need a prenup than you should not get married… You know pro- prenup people always want to make fun of Christians for holding on to our faith… But the idea of a prenup is as old fashion as a dowry …. For those women marrying anf signing them .. I advise you to keep your day job and do not be a stay at home mom…. cause you will get screwed in the end… My thing is when we are at the alter do not promise me for richer or poorer and all that if you do not mean it… I wonder if people who sign prenups say the same vows as the rest of us…. You really should not cause you do not mean it ,…. Marriage is for love and commitment period…. Do not fall so deep in love you can not see straight … a lot of divorce could be avoided if people paid attention to the signs upfront …. If your husband is a whore hopper or an abuser BELIVE me those signs were there long before you said I DO … If your wife is the type to take you to cleaners … trust me the signs were there… Prenups are an easy way out for people who do not plan to live up to their end of the bargain…. LISTEN … if you never prayed before… pray for your mate …. ask God to show you their true character,…. ask this long before you even meet someone… Trust prayer changes things….
I would never marry a man that believes that while we were married anything he made was only his…. what a selfish idea… Sounds like some of you worship money… Having money helps.. but it aint everything …. God bless you … and i hope i did not offend anyone
Before you get married, you have to consider several factors. First of all, marriage is supposed to last forever. The only ground that is approved by the Bible in a divorce is adultery. Before you get married, you should think about whether your partner is tolerable. For example, do you or your partner want kids? Does he/she show respect to whom they meet?
Another factor to consider is why exactly do you like your partner. What are his/her faults?
Once it comes to prenups, I honestly think that it’s not worthwhile. It’s not only planning for a divorce, but it shows lack of trust for your partner. It’s just like saying, “Hey, I’m gonna get a prenup so that you won’t take everything I’ve got.”
If you think you need a prenup, you should not marry that person. If a piece of property is yours, alone, your partner cannot take that property when you divorce. Just to let you know, money shouldn’t be the point of your marriage.
Come to think of it, you’re never alone anyway because you have some friends you can talk to.
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CONCERNED CHRISTIAN – I’m also a Christian and you best believe I’m getting a prenup… Anything can happen and i truly believe that a prenup is the best way to go, for peace of mind. Noone goes into a marriage thinking they will get divorced but GUESS WHAT, IT HAPPENS! To the best of us..You can have Faith and a prenup because in God’s eyes noone is perfect and everyone makes mistakes.. And you’d be a fool not to get one.
That goes for all the ‘holier than thous’ out there who are nieve and foolish and think people dont make mistakes… Why would i listen to you nitwits, not sign and get screwed once i find out he’s not the winner i thought he was?
I too, am a Christian. I’m in a marriage that’s ending badly, (no, *NO ONE* ever expects their marriage to turn out bad, if so, they would not get married! However, we know many marriages do.) I didn’t get a prenup, & am wishing now, that I did…. I’m having a lot of difficulty getting my stuff back from my wife, even stuff that was mine b4 we married. FYI: Yes, there’s many selfish comments. When a marriage goes sour, it’s nearly always because one (or both) partners were selfish, & self-centered. Love does not seek it’s own (Bible—I Cor 13), but, *PEOPLE* do, so you find many marriages w/o love… Hence, these prenups are a *GOOD* thing…
Also for Christians to consider:
“”The heart is deceitful above all things, And desperately wicked; Who can know it?” [Jer 17:9]
I would advise everyone to do everything possible to ensure a lasting & healthy marriage, B4 they marry, & just going through & talking about the issues of a Prenup, might be a good thing…
Many say they didn’t know their spouse… They married a stranger… Here’s your chance for full disclosure.
I am about to get married. I want to include an some flats I own into the accrual to ensure that the benefit is shared by myself and my wife to be. At teh moment the bond on the properties is more than the value, so I assume that the value on the Antenuptial will be 0 for my estate.
I read that if any assets are note expressly ommited, they are automatically included in the accrual – UNLESS IT CAN BE PROVED THAT THEY WERE BOUGHT PRIOR TO THE MARRIAGE. My fiance is worried that I might use this get-out clause should things end badly. I have been told that this only applies to the initial value of the asset at the time of of the marriage, and so if the current value is negative, all potential future profit will be part of the accrual without an option to exclude it.
Is this correct, or would I need to put a specific clause in the ANC that prevents me from using the previously mentioned get-out clause?
I am with him for almost 22 years and he cheat on me and never come back to his house any more he still with his girl friend, I am getting divorce or separate soon until we divide our property can I get married from another person special I am separate from him almost year or I can not please help me out because I love this person so much
Im looking to get together with this girl. I asked for pre nup that states that all what I have now and all what I earn from now on and like wise with her stays the property of that person. I stated I never wish to live together and that we live in each others house forever. We have 1 child from our relationship and two more on the way(twins) . She states she is happy with signing that pre nup but she wonders why if we split that I feel she should not get what’s mine. I’m paying her child support, I help out lots and pay for some of our luxuries . If we did never get back together she would never have had all what I give so why if when we split does she feel she get something from me when our finances will always be separate. Do women think they should be compensated if a relationship don’t work? Men also have feeling and get heart broken. Why don’t I think I should get compensated?
I have been married for four years and my husband had made me sign a prenup. He told me it was just to protect his retirement. I stupidly signed it because I was not out to get money from him. Now he is threatening me to leave because he knows he has nothing to lose.
My fiance handed me a prenup that says all is his and will be his in marriage, and I get 1% of gross worth depending on years of marriage. When he dies, the marriage is over. He is allowed to gift away whatever he wants to whomever he wants throughout marriage, so basically, I have rights to nothing. Is there any hope in persuading this man that loves his family wealth otherwise?
Rachael: you are a perfect example as to why a prenup is a must now a days for men. 4 yrs of marriage , 2 kids and you want to keep his house and still have him pay for everything…god I hope he is protected from you. I’m sorry but most of you women writing these statements want to keep the house or have the men pay for something… I want nothing from my future wife other then her love and I expect the same from her. She can keep all that is hers and I keep all that is mine if we separate on terms or badly…god knows in this time in age a pre-nup must be made for this to happen. Yes when you die you don’t take it with you but why suffer through all that while your still alive. Who wants to start all over when you worked so hard in the first place(man or women)? Everything bought together should be divided 50/50. Anything you came in with is yours to keep 100%, house you bought, cars,bank accounts etc. If you get married and it ends why would someone want to take something that’s not theirs. Sounds like adults acting children when they don’t get their way…
I married my husband only after knowing him a very short time. He misrepresented himself. On our way to the courthouse he asked me to sign a prenup. I didn’t mind because I was in this relationship for, what I thought, was love.
Little did I know this man carried into this marriage, all of his bad habits that he never displayed before. LYING, CHEATING and all the other hidden things. He would be on the computer talking to other woman and still on dating sites. I gave up my job, apt. and vehicle and moved up north when he got his promotion. Nine months into our marriage, he had an affair on me. He blamed it all on me. I moved back home in January of 2011 because I was leaving him, he begged me not to leave so I moved into “his”, not our house. I have been here ever since. He still works up north and continues with this bad behavior. Do I have any rights, or can sue him for mental anguish?
Marriage is nonsense nowadays people start having sex or start having romantic relations around 14-16 years old.How many boyfriend/girlfriend someone had before getting married? Getting married these days is like a showoff (especially to women trying to make their female friends jealous) and unsecured males who are stupid enough to do it then get mad when their exs want to take everything they owned.My parents are still married for over 40 years now but I don’t see myself getting married ever.You’ve never planned to have all these past bf/gf it’s going to be the same with your marriage, things might work out…..they might not!!!
While we go into a marriage with love and trust, sometimes things just don’t go as planned. If either party has a substantial amount of assets, why take the risk of loosing it all? Sitting down and signing a prenup is very uncomfortable but many times we don’t know what the motives are for marriage. Is it for love, for money? We would love to trust each other and we really do. Unfortunately there are those who marry for money and that ruins it for the rest of us.
I’m getting married in less than 3 weeks and my husband to be and myself got a prenup because we are in our 50’s and have acquired many assests. We hope to safe guard ourselves in the case of divorce. My question is what happens if one of us died and didn’t have a will.
I love it when women complain and justify about trust in marriage and the reasons for not getting a prenup agreement. Since women want equal rights, it is time for them to learn that they cannot profit from divorce either. You want equal rights, you now can have equal headaches as well. From a man who is tired of this reverse discrimination of men’s rights and fairness in marriage.
Here is some advise for you men. If you meet a women who was divorced and now wants to get married again and have kids, start running. This is a red flag for husband number two and a nice cash out when the divorce is over. Or better yet, get it in writing via a prenup agreement. Any questions?
if we have a prenup and a kid and we divorce later, or he dies.. my kid wont have any benefit ?
I signed a prenup while under the influence. He has never let me see it or read it. The lawyer who drew it up asked me if he took me to an attorney to have it explained to me, No. We have been married 18 years, and my health has taken a severe turn for the worse. I cannot work. In the state of Kentucky is yhis a deal breaker?
One week before our wedding, my husband sent a prenuptial to me and I got an attorney to look at it. First mistake- I did not get a lawyer that knew anything about prenuptials. He had family wealth. I had a great professional job and was divorced with two kids. He pursued me hotly and I believed in him. He was a widower with three kids. Issues arose over time. He never went to work. His estate, though still sizable, took at hit in 2008. He also was miserly (would not run the heater or air for instance, never took vacations with the kids, had a major fear of spending money). I used my salary primarily in the household. I spent a few years raising the “5” kids and working part-time by teaching online courses- but then in 2009 went back full time again because he was in a dispute with his brother about the estate split. During the time I was raising his children, working part-time, I lost ground in my career. During the time I was working, I spent my entire paycheck on the household and the kids. His emotional state deteriorated as his last child was leaving the nest. He became more and more the Jekyl/Hyde that he hinted at being- early on. Life became impossible and I ultimately left, mainly due to feeling unsafe around his cruelty. The prenuptial states I get nothing. I cannot get reimbursed for paying his health insurance or for lost wages or for lack of reimbursement for returning to work in 2009. In fact, he has severed all contact with my daughter, who he adopted. He refuses to negotiate anything regarding the prenuptial. Do I want any part of his golden estate? Nope! But would like to be reimbursed at least for the health insurance. At least something! His children stay with me at my mother’s home when they are in town. They refuse to stay with him because of their years of neglect and cruelty toward them before I came into the picture.
So- one thing about a very strict prenuptial is that it has the potential to be a piece of paper that allows some spouses to abuse the other. In my case, it felt obvious that as soon as his youngest was out of the nest, he didn’t need me anymore, so he began to become more and more contentious and cruel, especially to my youngest who was still at home. He always told me that he resented his wife for dying with a brain tumor and leaving him with a 3, 5 and 8 year old to deal with. I believe he really married me because he wanted a mamma for his kids. I was that. And they are still mine- even though older. But it is a sad thing! Sad! How can people be so destructive? My divorce attorney calls my prenupt a “dirty underwear prenupt”- e.g., I only get to take my dirty underwear with me when I leave!! He also says it is criminal that the earlier attorney let me sign this document.
So- while it may seem expensive to get a “divorce” attorney to look at a prenuptial agreement before you get married- don’t EVER sign a document without one. It is worth the money. For me, I’d have to get a second mortgage to do it. I wish I had!
nice Article..Thanks for sharing
For concerned christian and anyone else who needs this. I agree that we must check our motives. My future husband and I both are hearers and doers of the Word of God. I have been challenged to do what is right in my heart and although I don’t care for the way the world has turned marriage into a secular institution I have come to the conclusion that in order to have the blessing on the other side of this challenge I will need to sign a prenuptial in order to protect my husband and ensure that he can do as God would have him do…provide for his wife. We sat down and were honest and open about our past..debt is unfortunately part of my life before I became a christian…a mountain of debt that in the natural world will take years to reconcile. If I want to do what is best for my marriage at this time I have to separate this debt from my husband and in the state of Wisconsin that means giving up my right to the shared marital proper law. At first I was angry and devastated believing this would make me less than important and then my God reminded me that man and wife are one and He is who I can put my trust in. I would not marry with out a firm will in place and the life insurance policies in place because both of these tools can supersede any prenuptial. My advice is after the marriage takes place have your husbands make provision through other avenues…including a separate savings account that is there for the emergency if one should arise. I will not allow the world with its legal mumbo-jumbo take the blessings that my Father in heaven has blessed me with.
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@ Bob – well put, thats so bloody true mate ! I too am single for same reason ! Trust no one especially when moneys concerned ! A loving committed solid relationship dosent need to have a maridge to make it right. I heard though a woman can take you for half after 6 months of living together defacto. Don’t let them move in unless they have equal bank and assets and even then be weary !
I also heard a story of an Aussie man who married a Filipina and had her sign a 10 yr prenup before they got married. As the true story goes, out of the blue she announced she was leaving and wanted half on the eve of the 10 year aniversary ! How romantic !
@ Mickey. Theres a great meme going around.
” Discrimination against women is wrong, but discrimination against men – Thats called equal opportunity”
Discrimination is discrimination !
And yes there is a war on men since the christian religion is being destroyed to make way for an Israeli Kalafa state where they will have some messiah rule the world with the talmud the highest law. Theyve infiltrated Christianity, political, judicial to bring it to its knees. Do your research and see who made it socially acceptable to allow women to smoke tobacco, and go to work outside the home. The Judeao-Christian-Zionists affected world policy by buying it with massive wealth and that continues, yes they encouraged feminism and wanted women to go to work so they could get the children out of parental care and into schools to be brainwashed !
Do your resarch the evidence is there, they even boast of it. They are culture killers, and are behind all the wars and refugees sent to our countries to water down our genetics and homoginise us to a brown race and destroy black and white bloodlines forever.
The Zionists are maintaining pure genetics while they mess with ours. Its cultural genocide no less and every fool seems to accept it blindly !
I’m not saying equal opportunity is wrong but when it destroys traditional family values and victimizes men by default then it is wrong in my opinion. Because once family values are destroyed they are impossible to get back.
That’s why we have a decaying western society devoid of morality and spirituality.
The planets in a spiritual crisis !
As a practicing attorney of nearly ten years, I recommend prenup’s in situations where one or both of the spouse are going on their second marriage and / or are already established professionally. By entering a prenup, the ‘established spouse’ has little to lose in terms of their previously acquired material wealth.