Thoughts on not getting a Prenup with Bryan Abasolo

Rachel Lindsay thinking about her decision not to have premarital sex with her estranged husband, Bryan Abasolobefore they tied the knot.

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Rachel Lindsay reflects on her missed date with Bryan Absolo

Based on US WeeklyLindsay opened up about the issue while appearing on a recent episode of ‘Hidden gem with Natasha Parker‘ audio file. The former ‘Bachelorette’ explained that she initially wanted a marriage with Abasolo before they got together. However, it did not happen.

“The reason I don’t [get a prenup] is because my current financial situation… is completely different from when I got married. We’re classier and I don’t live in California,” she explained.

Lindsay explained that she and Abasolo were not on the same page about getting married.

“We are not on the same page with preregistration and I don’t want it to become a bigger problem,” she said. “So we don’t have any. Hindsight is 20/20, I could have done it 1717882475.”

Today, the former ‘Bachelorette’ is advising “everyone” to have a marriage in place before tying the knot.

“Everyone should have a prenup,” she said. “I could never have predicted that in 2024 I would be divorced. You just never know what life will throw at you or what will happen.”

The former ‘Bachelorette’ star looks back at her relationship with Bryan Abasolo

According to the source, Lindsay also reflected on the success of her and Abasolo’s relationship despite their pending divorce.

“I came out of ‘The Bachelorette,’ I was in a successful relationship. Everyone was happy that it worked, and now it doesn’t,” she said. “That doesn’t mean it’s not like that sometimes, it just doesn’t end like that – it doesn’t have a happy ending. So I think people will look at me differently because it doesn’t work.”

The reality star and lawyer explained that despite public perception, she still “does what’s best” for herself.

She continued: “I’m doing what’s best for me, and divorce even if it’s a mutual decision is a little selfish but I’m doing what’s best for me and that’s a happy ending”. “Right now as I’m going through it. No, it’s not fun, it’s messy – unnecessarily messy – but when I get through it, I’ll have to rebuild, I’ll have to restructure, but it’s a happy ending because that’s what I want .”

A brief summary of Rachel Lindsay & Bryan Absolo’s divorce so far

EQUAL Shade room previously reported, Lindsay and Abasolo met during season 13 of ‘The Bachelorette’. They got married in 2019. However, in January 2024, Abasolo filed for divorce after four years of marriage.

At that time, Abasolo – an orthopedic doctor – also asked lawyer Lindsay for spousal support.

A few days later, Lindsay thanked her fans for their support while explaining that she was going through a “difficult time.” Shade room. Then, in May, Abasolo asked Lindsay for emergency spousal support while also asking her to pay more than $75,000 in his legal fees in their divorce.

At the time, the chiropractor alleged that Lindsay was using their joint funds to pay her divorce fees. However, she did not allow him to do the same.

Furthermore, Abasolo alleged that Lindsay’s income was much higher than his and that he wanted to use her and her husband’s support to leave their shared home in Los Angeles. Shade room.

In late May, Lindsay responded to Abasolo’s request that she pay his divorce fees.

RELATED: UPDATE: Rachel Lindsay has reportedly responded to her estranged husband’s request for her to pay his legal fees amid the ongoing divorce


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