Bringing up the idea of a prenup can be a tricky topic for someone who’s about to be married. But prenuptial agreements can be a delicate matter for advisors, too.

“They can come back to give you trouble,” says Sheryl Rowling, who heads a tax advisory and financial planning firm in San Diego.

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