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if I am getting married - do I need a prenup if the only thing

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if I am getting married - do I need a prenup if the only thing I want to protect is previouslysaved money in IRA and 401K?
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Money or earnings in a retirement fund prior to marriage remain your separate property and those funds are not subject to a division in the event of a divorce. Therefore the answer is no you do not if that is the only consideration.
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