All the responses to yesterday’s question on “eternal love” are on the practical side, namely, “our love is eternal until it it dead.” 🙂
Hey, no Romeo and Juliette anymore? 😦
Well, then, let’s continue today with a practical question on man-woman relationship–prenuptial agreement. This is the contract signed by the bride-to-be and the groom-to-be before marriage, stating what to do when they divorce–how the properties are to be divided, etc.
What do you think about this?
Would this protect someone with lots of pre-marriage properties?
May this be unfair to an unsophisticated spouse (say, a woman from the countryside)? What would be your recommendation to her?
Would this help eliminate arguments in case of divorce?
Would this mean talking about death before birth?
How about romance?
What do you say about all this?