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Report: More Couples Getting Social Media Prenups

According to a report by ABC News, more couples are opting to include social media clauses in their prenuptial agreements dictating what their spouses can and can’t post online, with some couples including fines as steep as $50,000 for posting an unflattering picture of their partner. What do you think?

  • “You can’t get any more legally precise than evaluating which pictures are good.”

    Ben McNairy
    Cable Line Installer
  • “It’s a great idea if you’re planning on marrying someone you sort of know but don’t have a good feeling about.”

    Neil Dunne
    Land Management Forester
  • “But we’re still allowed to embarrass ourselves on social media, right?”

    Missi Holbrook
    Kitchen Designer