In this relationship video Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal give you advice on getting a prenup and how it could effect your relationship.
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Tamsen: Hey everybody, Matt and Tamsen here. Okay, today we are talking about the P word. Could you mind out of a gutter, its Prenup. Alright, what do you do? Matt: Well, we’re through this. I wanted one because as everyone knows— Tamsen: Because—why your assets? Matt: I’m an independently wealthy, very, very wealthy. Where did she go? There she is. Nice. I am independently wealthy but you know to—would have that. So there was no prenuptial agreement. Tamsen: Because we have nothing to prenup that’s why? Matt: Not so true. I might have a bank—on the side, watch out for the other episodes. Tamsen: Oh, I don’t know. I mean that I think listen, I think that some people get insulted by. I don’t think that you’re planning on divorcing at some point or you’re planning for the relationship not to work and I’ve had a lot of girlfriends that say that you know that they’re against it because they feel like that’s a problem but truthfully I think if you got me into the relationship both of you and somebody has significantly more where they comes from a family and whoever comes from I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that. It you didn’t have anything and nor did I so it didn’t matter. Matt: This—she’s scared to say neither did I, that made me feel better. Actually, this is what I think. I think that there should never be a prenup, ever. I think that if you’re going to get married, you know what, you throw everything you have into the relationship including your finances, your love, your trust, and everything. That’s what I think, I really do and you know I think Tamsen is right, a prenup is sort of like saying it’s probably is going to work out but just as long as you know—and so it does you’ll be okay but if it doesn’t this is what I’m getting. I don’t like that at all. Tamsen: Alright, let us know what you think about the P word, Prenup.