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Still Waters

Couples Now Demanding 'Social Media Prenups'

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A top US attorney says a third of her clients are now asking for social media clauses in prenuptial agreements.

Ann-Margaret Carrozza specialises in estate planning in New York and says each breach of an agreed social media rule can result in a fine of up to $50,000 (£29,700)

She said a typical clause will state couples cannot post nude photos, embarrassing photos or anything that is likely to harm a spouse's professional reputation.

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libstaK

I though marriages were about trust - oh wait, that only exists up until the nasty divorce. It is a little sad that this is actually not a bad idea in this day and age.

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Lilly

It seems that far too many people have far too little self respect and dignity. To do this kind of thing (trash one's ex publically) show a profound lack of personal character and maturity.

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Eldorado

I reckon if you even consider these pre-nuptial agreements, you shouldn't be getting married in the first place. You're supposed to completely trust the person you marry.

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:PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR:

To do this kind of thing (trash one's ex publically) show a profound lack of personal character and maturity.

Which is probably one of the main reasons a divorce happens.

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