(PHILADELPHIA.CBSLOCAL) — We all have things we’d prefer not get posted online. But what if it was your significant other doing the posting? A popular new trend is the ‘social media prenup.’
A typical social media clause states that couples can’t post nude or embarrassing photos that might harm their significant other’s reputation.
“It’s just a way for people to really put down on paper what the expectations are that after you’re divorced or when you’re in the midst of a divorce that you’re going to treat each other with respect,” says Aaron Weems, partner at the law firm Fox Rothchild.
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While social media clauses are new, prenuptial agreements are legally binding and the penalty in this case is usually monetary.