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Generally, the best candidates for a prenup, besides anyone with substantial assets, are those going into a second or third marriage, says Bonnie Sockel-Stone, a marital and family attorney in Miami, Florida.

 A prenup proposal is a bit of an oxymoron. With a marriage proposal, you are pledging to love and care for your future spouse for life, for better or for worse. When a prenup enters the equation, you are basically throwing in a contingency plan. This can create mixed emotions to say the least.

Still, especially with blending families, a prenup can be a prudent tool to maintain peace and domestic tranquility between the respective sides of the to-be-formed family. Love may be blind, but it is best to enter the marriage with both eyes open. Not surprisingly, the use of prenups is on the rise.

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