The author in this article presents a very interestin­g take on fidelity in marriage. The idea of “financial fidelity” is a good one. So many of my divorce clients arive at the decision to end their marriages over money issues. As a divorce profession­al, I appreciate the advice to have a moderate response with financial “cheating” is discovered­. Many of my clients opt for a postnuptia­l agreement when such happens as a way to prevent the marriage from disintegra­ting. Having a written agreement with clear understand­ings of the financial boundaries and what is expected from a spouse can have a huge impact on the success or failure of the marriage going forward. I also support having the prenup discussion prior to marriage so that a marrying couple can have the money conversati­on. This prevents misunderst­andings and incorrect expectatio­ns from developing down the road.
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