These 3 Zodiac Signs Always Want a Prenuptial Agreement

While some zodiac signs will randomly get married in Las Vegas with Elvis Presley officiating, others like to think it through first, which always includes signing a prenuptial agreement to ensure everyone's assets are protected in the event of divorce.

According to astrologer Babs Cheung, this includes those signs with strong boundaries, those who are risk-averse, and those who have trust issues and therefore want to take as many precautions as possible.

"Additionally, [zodiac signs] most likely to desire a prenuptial agreement are those who have a solid understanding of their financial goals," she tells Bustle. A prenuptial agreement is about protecting your money, so you can see that this is more attractive to those signs who have a vision for the future and those who value stability and security.

These financially savvy signs will be in their attorney's offices with pens in hand, ready to sign a prenuptial agreement before walking down the aisle. "Love is illogical, which means [even the most] logical signs can get lost in weddings and 'I dos,'" says Zhang. "However, signs that value practical knowledge are most likely to say, 'After you sign this agreement, I will...'"

Continue reading below for information on three zodiac signs who always want a prenup.

Virgo (August 23-September 22)

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According to Zhang, Virgos are one of the most risk-averse of all signs, so you won't see them making major life decisions without considering all the things that could go wrong, such as separation or divorce.

"When things aren't guaranteed, especially when it comes to relationships, Virgos will rely on their ruler Mercury - the planet of thinking, writing and communication - to craft the perfect prenuptial agreement that not only protects them, but The future of society as a whole. Marriage," Zhang said.

While there's nothing sexy about a prenup, this earth sign isn't afraid to bring it up with their partner. "It's not a taboo act for them, but a truly kind service to their soon-to-be spouse," she said.

They know that if they take the time to cross their "T's" and point out their "Is," everyone will be happier and the marriage will feel stronger.

Scorpio (October 23rd - November 21st)

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Scorpios are ruled by Pluto, the planet of change and intuition, which means they expect things to change, and they'll also look sideways at anything that seems too good to be true. According to Zhang, this sign can never be too cautious, so they will always protect themselves with paperwork.

"They probably already have a pretty good idea of ​​how scorned lovers behave after a breakup," she says. "Whether it's from their own personal experience or just understanding human nature, Scorpios won't get divorced without a proper prenuptial agreement."

This sign is also associated with the eighth house of shared resources, which plays a role in their premarital decisions. While it may seem counterintuitive for Scorpios to proactively divide their assets before a union, Zhang says it actually allows them to fully and happily share with their partner, knowing they'll be protected if anything changes.

Capricorn (December 22-January 19)

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Capricorns are very corporate-minded in other aspects of their lives, so it makes sense that they would also want to sign a contract before getting married. "For them, marriage is an acquisition," Zhang said, so they want to have all the proper documents in place to protect themselves before taking the step.

This sign is ruled by Saturn, the planet of responsibility, which means they're a bit structure-oriented, she adds. If they skip steps or do things the wrong way, they'll be too busy worrying about asset allocation and debt sharing to enjoy shopping or tasting cake.

It sounds drastic, but it's all because they want to build a lasting partnership. If a Capricorn decides to get married, it's because they want to be an unstoppable power couple, no matter what. As Zhang said, "They wanted to sign a prenuptial agreement that would provide both parties with a 'golden parachute' if the merger failed."


Cecilia Cheung, astrologer