Planning for a wedding is always a huge task, but planning for a second wedding can have an even more overwhelming list of to do's before the "I do." Usually, grooms-to-be and brides-to-be will be somewhat cautious about blending finances the second time around. After going through a divorce in the past, many couples will be understandably hesitant to dive right in to a second marriage without the proper planning beforehand.
Couples who are re-marrying in New York are often more open to the idea of a prenuptial agreement. While these agreements can benefit those getting married for the first time or the fourth, they are especially valuable to those marrying someone who earns more or less than they do. According to a recent report from U.S. Trust, of women who remarry, about three out of ten brings in more assets than their future spouse.