In the wondrous world of BitLife, you can do whatever you want! You can even fall in love and marry the person of your dreams… but who knows, you might get a little anxious with your funds later on. In that case, prenups are for you! In today’s guide, we’ll go over the prenup mechanic in BitLife and how to get it.
What is a prenup?
A prenup is basically a legal agreement stating that whatever you earn when you’re officially married is considered “shared assets”. This essentially means that in the event of a divorce, your spouse will walk away with a portion of your earned money after you got married, but the money you had before is protected. Depending on how long you were married and what kind of job you had, this can range anywhere from a minuscule amount to a astronomically large sum, so be careful!
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How do you get a prenup?
When you’re engaged to your spouse and you’re making the plans for a honeymoon, you may also get the option to sign a prenup. Your partner may also bring up the thought of a prenup. Be careful here – forcing your partner to sign a prenup or refusing to sign one yourself may break off the engagement right there and then.
Should you get a prenup?
Prenups can go either way, but in most cases it’s usually a good idea to get one to protect your own money, especially if your partner has a substantially lower net worth than you do. You might even get lucky with a rich partner if you do sign one!
Though, there have been some community reports of people still losing a ton of money even after the prenup, so your mileage may vary. A lot of BitLife fans have even taken things to the extreme by hiring hitmen or dispatching their partners themselves, as then the prenup isn’t honored.
In the event of a divorce, remember that you can always force quit the app on your device and reset back to before the divorce. This is especially helpful if the prenup ends up against you, as you can revert things back to how they were.
And that concludes our guide on BitLife‘s prenups. We hope this helped you understand them more, and if you have any other tips or tricks to share, let us know in the comments below!