She also has easily been able to afford to purchase presents, take her and her fiancé out for fancy dinners, and allow them the opportunity to do fun activities together.
She tried to tell her fiancé that if she continues paying the mortgage, it won’t impact the quality of their life at all. Somehow, her fiancé feels that she’s “taking” something from their future assets by paying the mortgage.
She believes her fiancé is nothing but a hypocrite because after they get married, he’s going to move into her home while allowing his current female roommate to keep living in his 4-bedroom house for way less than what rent goes for in his area. That’s not the only “red flag” she has seen between him and his roommate, and she’s beginning to suspect they’re more than just roommates, even though he denies there being any romance there.
“I was obviously disappointed and offended after all of this and asked to separate all our pre-marital assets because he seems so fixated on my higher income,” she said.
“Despite offering to perpetually pay for more of our future common expenses, he still was fixated on how he was losing out because I earn more and will have more potential income to invest and put towards my pre-marital assets (they would eventually go towards our future children anyway??).”
“We aren’t even married yet, and I get the sense that he already feels entitled to my hard-earned money, so I am planning on standing firm on this prenup.”
Do you think it sounds like he’s more interested in her assets than he is in her?
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