California millennials may have more student loan debt and marry later in life than earlier generations. Furthermore, far fewer households have a spouse who stays at home full-time. For these and other reasons, millennials may also be more likely to sign prenuptial agreements.
People in California who have been asked by a spouse-to-be to sign a prenuptial agreement might wonder why the other person is insisting on this document. Some friends might say that the prenup should not be signed at all. However, there can be advantages to signing a prenup for both parties.