asked you to sign a prenup in which if he dies before you, you must sell the house in 5 years and give a percentage of the proceeds to his kids? We are older (over 50) and he is coming into this marriage with a sizable amount of money and investments. I have very little. I agreed to sign a prenup in the event of a divorce but was really hurt that he asked me about the part if I was widowed.
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I think the stipulation should be reworded. In the event of his death if you CHOOSE to sale the house, a percentage of the proceededs should be given to his children. Do you have your own attorney to review the prenup. If you don't I would say that you need to get one. If your finance is atoment about having you sign that document I would say that he needs to foot the bill for an attorney. I have worked in wills and trust, and I would be interested to see what bearing a prenup would even have on the estate. In the event of his death a POA would be null as I would think a prenup would as well. In addition most non contested estates are settled and closed within five years. The money made from the sale off the house would have to go to through the estate and divided up, or if he is leaving the dividing up to you, technically it would be a "gift" from you to his children.You really need an attorney.
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