Her Fiancé’s Worth More Than $57 Million Dollars, And Now He Wants Her To Sign A Prenup Before Their Wedding In Two Months

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Three years ago, this 26-year-old woman met her 41-year-old fiancé, and back then, she was making $200,000 a year and already worth $1.3 million dollars, as she inherited her grandpa’s home after he passed away. Now, she makes $420,000 a year and has a lot of stocks.

Six months ago, her fiancé proposed to her, and they have been having a great time planning their upcoming wedding.

She says she has always felt like she and her fiancé are a perfect fit, and everything for them has been very simple so far.

“Yes, I was hesitant at first because we have a 15-year age gap, but he didn’t have kids; he has never been married or engaged before,” she explained.

“He spent his late 20’s and 30’s building two companies, and just sold the last one this year. Here’s where we run into the issues. I know my fiancé has done well.”

“I’ve never been in it for the money. I make good money and did inherit money. But well, as we get into being married soon…I found out he’s actually worth over $57 million dollars…I really thought it was closer to $15 million.”

Suddenly, her fiancé asked her to sign a prenup, but the thing is, that piece of paper is not something that she believes in.

For several weeks, they have been fighting about the prenup. Then, her fiancé said as soon as they get married, she needs to quit her job and stop working since he says there is no point and her money is useless to them.

Her fiancé wants her to focus on having kids and being a stay-at-home mom and wife, which infuriates her.

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