Monday, July 18, 2016

A parent's prenup on remarriage could put adult children at greater risk of filial responsibility

Here’s a curious column, in response to a letter, by Carolyn Hax in the Washington Post today, Style, p/ C8, “Oh, brother, why prenup hangup?” Like the movie, "Brother, Where Art Thou?"

The writer’s mother remarries and the new stepdad insists on a pre-nup.  Could “Prenupped” wind up, as an adult child, with a greater risk of responsibility for her mother’s bills later in life as a result?  Think about  it.  She could lose access to the stepfather’s money.

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