As the drawing up of pre-nuptial agreements are taking place, some couples are saying, "I do," but others could be saying, "I might." A recent report affirms that pre-nuptials are a growing trend used to secure the futures of thousands of couples. With men and women living longer these days, and baby boomers on their second or third trip to the altar, one must think of the possibilities after the honeymoon is indeed over.
Some couples say it takes the romance out of the wedding day. Others say they wouldn't go into a marriage without one. "I think it's a set up for failure," claims one future groom. The only people he says he knows that have a prenup are either divorced or on their way to a one. He maintains they just don't have the right vision - the right mindset for romance or for marriage.