Love & Money: Frozen eggs, student loans and other unexpected reasons to get a prenup

It’s rare that a celebrity engagement or secret marriage passes through the tabloid headlines without some speculation as to whether the couple is getting a prenuptial agreement (see: Justin Bieber’s marriage to Hayley Baldwin and Ariana Grande’s broken engagement to Pete Davidson).

For many, the idea of a prenuptial agreement — essentially a contract to hash out the division of assets in the event of a divorce — is reserved for celebrities or other ultra-wealthy betrothed eager to protect their own or their family’s money.

Even brides and grooms without large trusts or real estate holdings likely have something precious they want to protect.

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