What if the potential partner does not feel comfortable with an Islamic prenuptial agreement?

So I think this goes to what you're comfortable with.

If this is a deal breaker for you that they're not going to enter into a prenuptial agreement then that might be something you walk away with.

But I think for the most part most people are not comfortable with prenuptial agreements because they don't understand what it is and what terms you can have in it.

People seem to think that a prenuptial agreement basically leaves one of them dry and without any money and nothing to survive on.

But that's not necessarily the case.

A prenuptial agreement could still say that you divide your property 50/50 and still say that there's still some type of maintenance payments after the marriage as long as the two of you agree.

Maybe what you want to do is you just want to protect one business of yours.

Maybe you want to protect this one property of yours.

So you could be very flexible It's not a all or nothing proposition when it comes to prenuptial agreement.

To answer your question, I would say try education, maybe send them something to read but at the end of the day, you really have to ask yourself Is this a deal breaker for me?

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