I am considering marriage again at the age of 53. He is 55. divorced and really no personal property, with two children who are young adults. I am a widow. My house is almost paid for, all household items are mine, I also have a daughter, almost 18. I have a few nice items left to me by my Grandmother, I would definitely want my daughter to eventually have. I have mentioned a prenuptial to him, but he insists they are the wrong way to start a marriage. Am I wrong in thinking we should have one?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 1:46 AM on Jun. 26, 2010 in Relationships
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Answer by missanc at 8:08 AM on Jun. 26, 2010
Explain to him that you are wanting one for your daughter. If anything where to happen to the two of you there needs to be something in place so it is clear that she gets the things from her great grandmother and is taken care of in a way that you and your husband had planed on. If he can not understand and respect that you need this for your daughter than you need to rethink your relationship.
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