Discussing future financial plans is an important part of the marriage conversation. A prenuptial agreement addresses these future financial plans, including investment and retirement strategies. As part of a prenuptial agreement you will also disclose assets and debts, how much income is to be paid into joint and/or separate bank accounts, and whether or not there will be any specific spending allocations.
Having an idea about what your feelings are prior to marriage can allow for a productive conversations with direction towards future not past habits.
Often marrying your financial opposite can be a great decision. Sure, you may have an occasional disagreement about money. Drafting and discussing a prenuptial agreement can help couples find a financial middle ground that makes both partners happier.