In the BitLife universe, marital agreements are a convenient way to ensure that you won`t be brought to the cleaning staff if you or your spouse files for divorce, and if you shoot for the Gold Digger Band, they conversely prevent you from getting a single cent after such a split. With the new update, Candywriter has made things less cut and dry when it comes to prenupes, although it`s still pretty safe to use them (or not use them) to achieve your goals in the game. Once you have tied the knot with your lover, you have the option of having him sign a marriage contract, or prenup short. This agreement is directly related to your heritage, that is,. To your money. If the character no longer wants to be married to his spouse, he may divorce, but may have to pay money to his spouse, unless they sign a marriage agreement. Less often, the spouse must pay them the money if the judge decides in favor of the character. A character who has changed the spouse`s surname with dash or link change may decide to revert to his or her original surname or keep the family name or changed surname. Your character will no longer be the stepson of all the stepchildren he had.
Ex-husbands are displayed in the exes tab. It is possible to reconnect with an ex-spouse, but only if they have a high relationship in the Exes tab. Ex-husbands who have reconnected with your character will not be remarried to them, unless your character is engaged again and has a marriage again. So if you`ve had a huge fortune, let`s say you recently won the lottery, you`d want a prenup to protect what`s already yours. If you get divorced, everything you have is shared in the middle, which means that if you haven`t had a prenup, you should share your fortune with your partner, even if you had the fortune before you got married. Many of us BitLife players were surprised by the game`s recent additions. Most newcomers are self-explanatory, for example, you don`t need to ask what Grand Theft Auto is. However, there are a few new additions that could use some explanatory notes, so this guide will explain each new bitlife jargon. The paragraph above also explains some things about how divorce agreements work, but there is even more to discuss this particular topic.