When a prenup is a bad idea.
If you or your partner feel that prenuptial agreement would benefit one party more than the other, you shouldn’t sign anything. A prenup should protect both parties and not just one person. If you feel unsure, seek financial advice from a financial advisor or accountant who specializes in this. But as long as the agreement seems fair, experts generally agree that there’s nothing wrong with creating a prenup just to be on the safe side, even if you plan to stay together for the rest of your lives.
Even if both individuals come into a marriage with little to no assets, it’s still advisable to account for things like inheritance, future business activities and stakeholdership.