Experts agree a prenup is a good investment. According to a recent Harris Poll, 20 percent of married couples in the U.S. have a prenup.
When it comes to millennials the number jumps to 47 percent. “The way people are viewing prenups, they’re looking at it as something that is an access point to an open and transparent relationship,” said Julia Rodgers, CEO of Helloprenup, in a recent Bustle article.
Millennials are marrying much later in life and want to protect their cars, property and resources. They also don’t want to saddle their partner with their student loan debt.