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Woman asks if it's wrong to use husband's prenup against him.

Woman asks if it's wrong to use husband's prenup against him.

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Reddit user and great-username-chooser u/Vast_Parfait5926, found herself, post nuptials, looking to take advantage of a fairly strict prenup imposed on her by the groom. When they met, they were both broke — but the husband's wealthy family insisted that all their assets were to remain separate unless explicitly stated otherwise.

Now that Vast Parfait has earned a substantial amount of savings, she wants to buy a house. And she doesn't want her broke husband's name on the deed.

On Reddit, she has the internet jeering like a studio-audience over her question:

AITA (Am I The As*hole) for not wanting to co-own a house with my husband?

Here is the background: My(F30) husband(M35) comes from a wealthy family, and he works for the family business.

When we met (7.5 years ago) I was a fresh college graduate, working a minimum wage job and neck deep in student loans.

We got married very fast (8 months after meeting) and I had met his parents all of 3 times.

His parents insisted that I sign a prenup, and I understand them completely, if my child was in the same situation I would have made the same decision.

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